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Teba Sari Bali Agrotourism, Lodtunduh
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Try some local delicacies at Teba Sari Bali Agrotourism, where you can see each stage in the production of the famous kopi luwak coffee, made from beans eaten, partially digested, and excreted by the Asian palm civet. If this type of beverage doesn't seem appetizing, try some flavored teas, chocolate, and rice wine, all locally made. Take a tour of the lush tropical farmland and nearby village, where you can observe the daily life of local farmers and watch the performance of several traditional religious ceremonies. Plan to see Teba Sari Bali Agrotourism and other attractions that appeal to you using our Ubud trip builder.
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  • If your taxi driver you recommend to spontaneously Teba Sari Bali Agrotourism to go, you know that he/she communicates in the proceeds:-) We saw how our guide in the parking lot experienced the badge of our taxi scored. That is not to say that this practice is reprehensible, but know that it is so. The tour is pretty interesting and the tea-/koffieproeverij too, but it is there (unspoken) though very thick on top of that you have to buy something in the shop. Note that in the glasses with test tea/coffee (very) much sugar; all drinks are pleasant. Also be aware that in the shop all teas and coffees in a version with and a version without sugar are sold.
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  • Walk through a display plantation of differed trees and plants used in the production of their organic tea and coffee products. The tour includes a sample of 15 tea and coffee. The products are on the...  more »
  • According to us a tourist trap. One sees some civets in captivity that serve as an example for the tourists. According to the waitress would rondleidde other species for the coffee beans. The local farmers would find in their fields and the stool there. Also the regular coffee would be burned on a small bowl by what giggling girls. Didn't sound believable. We also got another coffee tasting. The civet coffee, however, was paying: 60000roepies for a very small cup of max 10cl. When we came to the shop was all clear. The coffee and other products were twice as expensive as in Europe. The so-called 100% chocolate tasted sweet and was so fake. But the missus maintained that the 100% chocolate was. The aim was thus: a free round on so-called plantation, and then let the tourist buy something to 2 x the European price. So probably 20 times paid too much.
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  • Great tour of the local plantations and the luwak coffee was especially strong and fragrant.
  • the best agrotourism in bali, and the best luwak coffee
  • Most delicious variety of coffees,, and enjoy the beauty of nature,, must try ,, worth it,,and very friendly staff,.
  • Great staff
  • The tourists will be as on the Assembly line over the plantations and "enlightened". About fast fast. At the tasting you feel observed, since the employees at the table sits. Then you feel compelled to buy relatively expensive tea or coffee. For me unfortunately Touriabzocke.
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