Luwak Coffee, Production & Plantation

If you are on vacation in Bali, take the time to enjoy Kopi Luwak at the Agro-tourism along the way.

Especially if you are a coffee enthusiast. This agro-tourism in Bali specializes in the field of coffee processing which can provide various benefits.

And once you enter the gate, a tour guide will usually accompany you around while explaining the contents of this tourist spot.

There are trees of various types of coffee that are widely planted in tourist areas.

And there are usually many other trees such as cacao trees and some cages containing mongooses, deer, chickens and turkeys.

If you want to learn how to roast coffee, you can also visit here.

Under the hut, there are equipment for roasting coffee as well as various types of coffee beans such as robusta, arabica, Balinese coffee, and of course Kopi Luwak.

Traditionally, in Bali, coffee is roasted using wood as fuel. This traditional method is said to make the coffee more delicious.

“The coffee is roasted for about an hour, until the color of the coffee beans turns black.

After roasting, the coffee beans are ground until smooth and then winnowed.

Especially for Kopi Luwak, because the coffee beans are still attached to the civet's feces, the beans must be cleaned before roasting.

Luwak coffee is almost certainly high quality. “Civets only eat coffee beans that are fully ripe (reddish in color) and of good quality.

Unripe or poor quality coffee beans will not be touched by the mongoose. So, the mongoose helps select the coffee beans before they can be enjoyed.

Luwak is picky. The same goes for the type of coffee. Compared to Robusta coffee, Luwak will prefer Arabica coffee, because Arabica coffee is more fragrant.

Once you're done learning how to roast coffee, you can move to another hut.

In another hut. You will be welcome to taste the coffee.

Balinese coffee, ginger coffee, vanilla coffee, chocolate coffee, peanut coffee, ginseng coffee, coconut coffee, and chocolate are available.

If you don't like coffee, there are also several types of tea, such as lemongrass tea, rosella tea, ginger tea, lemon tea, turmeric tea, and mangosteen tea.

Enjoy a coffee or tea while taking a break to look at the beautiful surroundings and chat with your tour guide.