Teba Sari Bali Agrotourism

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zebragorda
Zihuatanejo, Mexico281 contributions
Excellant plant tours
Mar. 2020
Very knowledgeable guide who had great insight into plant structure and history.We were able to see many of our favorite fruits on the vine. Also great tea coffee tasting
Written April 21, 2020
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Per Oskar G
Bangkok, Thailand6 contributions
Please set the luwaks free
Feb. 2020 • Family
Had a free guided tour showing plants and parts of how they produce coffee and chocolate. Also included a generous free tasting of coffee, tea (to much sugar) and chocolate, us paying only for luwak coffee if we wanted some. Speaking of luwaks; they were kept in small cages limiting their natural behaviours. It broke my heart, even though the guide told us they set the luwaks free every now and then (not sure it’s true, and they shouldn’t have to stay in those cages even for a short time). Please set the luwaks free and continue to share the rest of this beautiful place and all that it has to offer.
Written February 29, 2020
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Glen P
Canmore, Canada406 contributions
Great Food - Great Service
Feb. 2020
The staff are very friendly and the food excellent. We were a large group but the orders came out fast - both food, wine and beer. My BBQ ribs were excellent. Our three servers, Anggie,Oica and Argad were very attentive and happy girls.
Written February 9, 2020
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Pate E
1 contribution
Respite from the heat and humidity
Feb. 2020 • Friends
It’s like stepping into tranquility upon entry. Service is attentive and food is good. Would be back for sure.
Written February 4, 2020
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Jessy W
Adelaide, Australia1 contribution
Sugar free or not
Jan. 2020
We visit the place a couple of weeks ago and bought a lot of coffees and teas from their shop, all sugar free, according the labels. But back home, everything taste so sweet, like it's full of sugar, very disappointed, if that's th case...it's misleading and cheating
Written January 25, 2020
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Melbobz
5 contributions
Distressed animals
Jan. 2020
Don’t visit this place unless you condone animal cruelty. Owl tied to a tree for tourists to have photos with. The poor owl was clearly being tortured. It was wide awake in the middle of the day. The cats that poop the coffee are confined in tiny wired cages where they are all curled up into balls and looking super depressed. Disgusting. Not an acceptable way to treat animals. We could not wait to get out of there.
Written January 11, 2020
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Kenneth_0526
Jakarta, Indonesia99 contributions
Great Experience But Unacceptable Animal Treatment
Dec. 2019
Let's talk about the good things first. A tray of 15 different samples of teas and coffees are presented to you (for free). Off the top of my head, there was ginseng tea, lemongrass tea, rosella tea, Balinese coffee, coconut tea, lemon tea, ginger tea, mangosteen tea, luwak coffee, vanilla coffee, ginseng coffee, and a few more.

They also bring you through the process of making kopi luwak with an exhibition of sorts. In the end, there's a small hut that's been converted into a gift shop with packets of tea and coffee to bring back to wherever you came from.

Now about the negative bits. The poor palm civet (where the name luwak comes from) was tied to a steel cage, given a small and shallow pan of water to drink from, and absolutely no food. That's downright animal cruelty right there. I understand the safety precautions that have been taken but having that poor animal sit there, half-dead it seems, really tarnishes your reputation. Either you make him/her happier (somehow), or don't display it at all. Enough said, I would definitely come back for the unique tasting experience, but definitely against how they treat the animals there.
Written January 6, 2020
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aliwild508
Malabar, Australia2 contributions
Animal cruelty
Dec. 2019 • Friends
I visited the coffee plantation at Ubud, Bali a couple days ago and was shocked to see several civet cats locked in small cages with no entertainment or shelter from the sun. They were being used to create coffee beans and were clearly depressed, lying in the corner of the cage which looked very uncomfortable. Please do not support this system or these people.
Written December 8, 2019
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(Mr Rudy)
London, UK17 contributions
Mr Rudy
Nov. 2019 • Couples
This place was awesome didn’t plan to go here, but was introduced by a young taxi driver, should of taken his name. Here I experience some of the most lovely coffees and chocolate made by these guys. Lovely host with a warm smile... Other half bought a packet of home to London with us, Very nice the coffee and this lady was very informative and fun 😀
Written November 24, 2019
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Jatin Sharma
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India46 contributions
Good Food
Oct. 2019 • Business
We loved the local food and service it was superb !! The signing and the amazing interior of the place just made it worth the experience....
Written October 25, 2019
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