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Kumulilir, Sebatu

4.8
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4.6
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  • I dont like coffee, but i could enjoy a great experience with my girlfriend (she is a coffee lover). We tested for free 5 different coffees and 5 teas and, finally, for 50k each, we could try the... 
    I dont like coffee, but i could enjoy a great experience with my girlfriend (she is a coffee lover). We tested for free 5 different coffees and 5 teas and, finally, for 50k each, we could try the...  more »
  • This was less crowded than the other coffee stop and i am glad we went here. We only did the coffee/tea tasting and learned about the process for making Luwak and Balinese coffee. We even saw a... 
    This was less crowded than the other coffee stop and i am glad we went here. We only did the coffee/tea tasting and learned about the process for making Luwak and Balinese coffee. We even saw a...  more »
  • First time I came here only for coffee tasting, it's their specialty. The area was already wide, green and cozy. Second time I came here, the area expanded with some spots for eating and attractions.....  more
    First time I came here only for coffee tasting, it's their specialty. The area was already wide, green and cozy. Second time I came here, the area expanded with some spots for eating and attractions.....  more »
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  • Really enjoy my visit here. A beautiful young lady guided me to the whole pathways, took beautiful pics of me as well. I enjoyed the food and the view. Would love to recommend to friends and visit again sometimes.
  • Wow! What an amazing find, delicious food, incredible view and fun experience overall. Staff were very helpful and polite. Coffee and teas are out of this world
  • It's a coffee farm. One of the many in the region who grow the famous Luwak coffee. We paid 50k/cup of the Luwak. It was an experience. You get a free set of 10 tasters per table. I just have one suggestion. Please provide every visitor or family with a set of tasters. When you give a single set to a group of people, you barely get to taste 2 or 3. You can later buy what you like from the in-house store. We purchased the ginseng coffee and one of the teas. Maybe charge a small fee like 30k IDR/set if you must. I feel it's a missed opportunity for the farm and the visitors as well. The teas and coffees are yummy. I would love to go back. I would have rated 5 stars if I just could have tasted all the samples.
  • Very friendly staff walks you around the plantation and shows you how coffee is made, including Luwak. They have civets that you can see too. Free samples of their coffees and teas, you can try Luwak for 50k. Very peaceful stop, just to sit down and breathe in the middle of the jungle.
  • Free tea tasting and then trying to sell you tea (all in all the tea was quite good). They have luwak in cages 😰😓💔

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