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Trai Ham Da Lat Weasel Coffee, Da Lat

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Find out everything about one of the world’s most expensive types of coffee, from the beginning to the end of the process at Trai Ham Da Lat Weasel Coffee. The nice and knowledgeable staff of the first organic weasel coffee farm in Dalat will inform you about all the details, as well as show you the weasels and the facilities, along the tasting of one of the world’s finest coffee types. The domesticated animals are under supervision of the local forest management agency. Witness the feeding of the weasels with high quality Arabica coffee berries, which is collected from their droppings relatively undigested, cleaned, and processed for sale. With our online itinerary creator, Da Lat attractions like Trai Ham Da Lat Weasel Coffee can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • We visited here on-route to the waterfalls. The coffee was really good, and it was interesting to have a stroll around the plantation. We were able to see the weasels, and the staff explained the proc...  more »
  • Someone will say that coffee is harmful. This is because he had not tried a Vietnamese coffee. I was lucky! I rasproboval and appreciated his taste: very deep, buttery, beefy. And when our guide told about differences of rabusty Batyr, Arabica coffee, mocha, etc. simply could not buy for himself, and in a gift to his friends in Moscow, as well as special BREW dishes in which it is cooked. All in together is Kaif life. Do not deny yourself this!
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  • Very fascinating excursion with Anex tour! We had a terrific tour guide Neil, who knew everything about Vietnam. He accompanied us on the coffee plantation. Don't buy coffee here in Vietnamese shops it is cheaper and not less natural. But be sure to listen to the entire trip, and pay attention to the kind of pretty-Chonu:)
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  • Nice viet for coffee but so expensive! You can see weasel(kind of animals), and they make weasel coffee, vnd 200 000 for 10gram. You can drink coffee in there! 5km from dalat city, not good way when we go down weasel coffee farm!
  • We were at the coffee farm in May and was shown around the farm by a very service minded and pleasant young man. The area has a fantastic view and it's astonishing to see a city like I was born in where you go by car for less than ten minutes from the city center of Da Lat and it seems like you are in the countryside. We spent almost 3 hours at the farm and mandatory coffee tasting in the end of the visit. Once in a lifetime experience for most. Don't miss it if you are in Vietnam. This coffee sells for 8.000 EUR a kilo in Europe. Being very concerned about the well-being of animals in captivity, these weasels are fed well and kept in good shape. Some of them are walking about freely during daytime as well and come back before nightfall. And when they are fed the coffee berries, they pick the best berries. Which probably is the secret to the distinct taste of Da Lat weasel coffee.
  • I like it here because they don't just serve coffee but also take you on a tour (just a short one) and explaining how weasel coffee is made. The coffee is incredibly aromatic. However, because the amount of coffee they used in one serving was about the same as an espresso but as it was siphoned he taste was not very strong. Had it been espresso, I think the coffee would have been much stronger, thus the taste more apparent.
  • Not really worth. It is questionable how comfortable the place is for the weasels... And you cannot see much. Care that you come around October till January or the coffee trees will be empty. Spare from that the owner will show you around for free and is kind of nice.
  • They don't just serve a coffee but also take you on tour and explaining how weasel coffee is made. But it is questionable how comfortable it is for weasels and if they are discharged into the wild.