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Satria Agrowisata

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A nice place to chill, sample some products, and meet a civet cat but that's about it

We came here to try kopi luwak. It was not told to us that this place was a farm. So we didn't feel... read more

Reviewed 9 June 2018
Alvin N
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
what a rip off at Satria Agrowisata

do not buy their products , they don't taste the same as the samples,its expensive though. your... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Rekha B
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“coffee and tea”(24 reviews)
“beans”(14 reviews)
“civet cats”(8 reviews)
Coffee plantation where you can try and buy coffees, chocolates and teas. Also sell luwak coffee.
Banjar Basangambu, Tampaksiring, Indonesia
+62 817-9793-020
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is nice to open this kind of tasting shops to the public but I was really disappointed of this place and specially the quality of the coffee they sell. First, the coffee process is not vey well explained, they only take 2min to show...More

Thank Katherine G
Reviewed 1 week ago

We went here as part of a day tour with a private driver. I bought some lemongrass tea as I'd enjoyed it at the tasting. On getting home I realised (like many other reviewers on here) that it's merely brown sugar. Expensive brown sugar. The...More

1  Thank MCPNottingham
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

do not buy their products , they don't taste the same as the samples,its expensive though. your guide will insist on going there and willprobably take you towards the end of the trip so you are tired and the coffe will taste good and you...More

1  Thank Rekha B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I just got home from Bali and wanted to reminisce over a cup of lemongrass tea I bought from here. Instead, all I got was a bag of sugar within the box (which ironically says "sugar free"). It makes me wonder how authentic the worker...More

1  Thank sdsouto3
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We stopped here to have a look at the garden and taste the civet coffee. I can't say that the coffee was anything special at all. We were presented with a tea and coffee taster board which we loved. So much so that I purchased...More

1  Thank SharlsG
Reviewed 11 June 2018 via mobile

It is the best opportunity after visiting Pura Tirta in the morning having a great coffee. They do not ask for anything and the quality of coffee is much better than Teba Sari. We had a great time and they’ve got a great view.

Thank Efi M
Reviewed 9 June 2018

We came here to try kopi luwak. It was not told to us that this place was a farm. So we didn't feel cheated. The guide was very friendly and showed us how the coffee was processed. We enjoyed sitting at a shaded platform and...More

Thank Alvin N
Reviewed 23 May 2018

Usually the taxi drivers offer to take you to this place. It is not a farm at all, just a "coffee" tasting, with dirty glasses of something that seems dirty water with sugar. The animals are trapped in cages and the products are overpriced. After...More

1  Thank egomesjr
Reviewed 26 April 2018

I read very different opinions about this place. We had very nice time here. What we liked: they did not ask for any entrance fee, when we arrived a guy joined us and strted an explanation about the different kind of coffee plants, showed us...More

Thank tezse66
Reviewed 17 April 2018 via mobile

I was unhappy to be brought to thus place by a driver with Aumsuka Tours. I'm aware most Kopi Luwak is now produced by (near force) feeding Civets coffee beans. This shortens their life span as they should be nocturnal wild animals and need a...More

Thank same55
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