Satria Agrowisata
Satria Agrowisata
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Coffee plantation where you can try and buy coffees, chocolates and teas. Also sell luwak coffee.
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  • Alicia P
    Vinaros, Spain82 contributions
    2.0 of 5 bubbles
    DO NOT BUY THEIR TEAS/COFFES!!!
    The visit was nice, seeing all those plants we use but never saw as a plant. The shop is something else. In effect, they let you try the teas/coffees they sell. You buy them at an incredibly expensive price but, well, you do not have those at home... So you buy them, take them home and surprise! A lot of sugar and a taste that has nothing to do with what you tried. DO NOT BUY ANYTHING!
    Visited October 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 31 October 2023
  • Bianca
    Sydney, Australia37 contributions
    2.0 of 5 bubbles
    Lovely place, but not ethical at all for both humans and animals.
    The place looks amazing and the guide explained the various spices, herbs and other medicinal plants in their garden. It's certainly not a farm. And there are two caged animals, supposedly eating the coffee beans that are used for the coffee. The tasting was lovely with great views and we had a lovely guide explaining them all. Nice to relax. Bought a few teas and when we came home there are no instructions and ingredients in the packet. When we opened the packets, it has nothing but sugar, with a flavour. Poor quality and certainly not organic. The chocolate bars are by far the best and makes a nice hot chocolate. My recommendation is to not go there if you're an animal lover, as the animals are not happy. Also do not buy anything as you are served with the 'real deal' during tasting and you come home with flavoured sugar. Best to make it all at home yourself or buy proper tea from organic stores.
    Visited June 2024
    Travelled with family
    Written 13 June 2024
  • jean philippe b
    10 contributions
    2.0 of 5 bubbles
    Lure to buy fake products
    Fake products. We bought datk chocolate (store say 70% cocoa) and tea. I opened the chocolate bar shortly after the visit and found out it taste like a cheap oily chocolate. Then when we arrived at our hotel i wanted to try the tea and found it was just a koolaid type of mixture with no apparent tea in it. The only good part to this story is that the tasting experience before is actually real product that are good. It is clearly designed to lure you into buying products but they do it in a scammy fashion which is bad for the reputation of the tour drivers who bring their clients there and send a bad message to tourist about Indonesia. Improve your business practice, this won't payback long term.
    Visited June 2024
    Travelled with family
    Written 20 June 2024
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Nick L
5 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Solo
I was taken here as part of a tour I booked through the Garden View Hotel in Ubud. At first I thought the place was pretty cool. A local representative in a red “poo” shirt lead me down a path with small sections of sample trees like coffee, cocoa and various fruits. Next an area with some sample coffee beans and a woman roasting them as well as the “luwac coffee” in various stages of production. After this very brief tour I was lead to a seating area where I was brought several free samples of tea and coffee. The representative from the store also asked if I would like to try some luwac coffee for 50000idp. The samples were all delicious and the luwac coffee was ok but I noticed almost a quarter of the cup was grounds in the bottom as if they were making it extra strong. I was then lead to the gift shop where I decided to purchase some of the teas and coffees I had just sampled. I spend approximately 1500000idp and met my driver to go back to the hotel. I didn’t think much of it until I got back to the hotel and started researching luwac coffee more. I discovered several terrible articles about this practice which I am sure you can find yourself online. I then started researching this “plantation” to see if perhaps they are one of the “ethical” luwac producers. I started reading horrific reviews about this place and I began looking through the gifts I bought. Sure enough all the teas and coffees in the boxes are just bags of powder inside. There are no ingredients so it is impossible to say what it is exactly. Also I began reflecting more on the tour and it occurred to me that I was not shown any mass farming or production areas and that in fact this place probably does not have any. The woman here told me on the tour that the luwac coffee is all collected in the wild but after doing more reading it seems highly unlikely. I bought some essential oils and massage oils and I intend now to throw them away as they do not have any ingredients or safety information on them. None of the coffee or tea products have ingredients or nutritional information on them either so I can not in good conscience use them or give them as gifts. When I asked the hotel about getting a ride back there to ask for a return they told me it is unlikely they will offer a refund. Sure enough the bottom of my receipt says that no returns are exchanges are allowed and to “please choose carefully.” Seems incredibly dishonest to call this place a “plantation” when there is no real production taking place. Seems incredibly dishonest to serve samples of one product and sell gifts in identical packages of another product. Seems incredibly dishonest to put “100% organic” on a label of a box of powder but not include any ingredient list.....especially when the powder seems unlikely to be anything but organic material. I rarely write reviews but am taking the time to do so on here with the hope that some awareness is brought to this place and others like it. Do your research on luwac coffee and my suggestion is avoid this place and all together.
Written 2 January 2020
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natasha 73
Playa Maroma, Mexico11 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Solo
Take the tour and drink the coffee. However DO NOT , I repeat DO NOT buy any teas or coffee from the store. Spent close to $200 us and when I got home and made the same tea and coffee as instructed it tasted nothing like they give you to taste. FAKE !!!!
Written 20 February 2020
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KristieLove
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates25 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019 • Friends
I liked the tour and I bought the tea. It tastes exactly like it did when they presented it to us and I bought the coconut sugar. I haven't used the coconut sugar yet because there isn't a need to. If you pay attention in the store and just attention to details, ask them before you purchase. I asked why were tea bags in a box that doesn't feel like tea bags in it and I was informed of the powder. Everything isn't how the USA presents it. Get over it. Either you liked it or you didn't. We asked questions on how to make sure it tastes like they had it, they told us. I'm ordering more!
Written 12 February 2020
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JustJyv
Makati, Philippines572 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2022
It's nice to see places in Bali where you can witness how they still manually process things (like the coffee they sell in Satria), just for that I give the place a 4 as a destination for tour. They also have swing and a nice cafe/viewdeck.

Coffee wise i think they're too expensive for flavored coffee (you can buy them easily from convenience stores and it's just a tenth of the price) and they're not as strong as I would want my coffee to be. I wouldn't recommend it, but of course you can try their coffee coz they offer free tasting and decide after if it's for you.
Written 8 December 2022
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Karina O
Adelaide, Australia12 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022 • Couples
We went to this plantation, enjoyed complimentary coffee samples, then ushered through to the gift store, we bought the avocado coffee and ginseng coffee (that we’d tried). When we got home & opened the pack there is no coffee but only flavouring, for a 200gm pack it cost us Au$16. It’s a scam, do not buy there. I attach a photo.
Written 15 August 2022
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Sue J
7 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Family
DO NOT visit Satria Agrowisata UNLESS
You want to be ripped off buying bags of flavoured coloured powdered sugar products under the guise of Tea or Coffee. We arrived home to discover we paid $14 Australian for a 200grm bag of sugary rubbish.x 7
Although we were not expecting beans, the coffee wasn’t even ground coffee. It was a bag of sugar maybe instant coffee and non dairy whitener. Like the sugary flavoured instant coffee you can buy at the local supermarket for $5. This place is EXTREMELY deceptive and we were stupid enough to not ask the right questions. The products are in foil bags in boxes all beautifully presented in a lovely shop along with essential oils ( I’m now guessing they too are fake) so you cannot see the product nor how they are made and the boxes have no instructions nor list of ingredients which should have alerted me earlier but I assumed the details of how to brew and list of ingredients would be inside the box in a leaflet. I’m guessing it’s all actually artificial flavours. Not the organic genuine products they claim during the tasting. It’s merely a money making scam and I’m sure the drivers get a kick back for taking you there to be scammed. Would you like to visit a coffee farm while we are here in Obud and learn how it’s all made and processed he asked. I wish I had opened a bag before we left Bali or read the reviews online as I have now I’m back home. So many red flags! . I would have happily gone back and opened every single bag in front of all the fellow tourists and thrown the contents all over the floor then demand my money back. We threw away $140 on rubbish. It’s powdered lolly water. Nothing more. The only genuine product was the rice tea. Big deal. A bag of wild rice…. Probably not even organic 😳
Written 12 April 2024
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Francee W
9 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019 • Friends
I got conned as well. I had visited a different farm the previous year (Madu Pertiwi) that was now under renovation, so the driver dropped us off at Satria Agrowisata instead to pick up tea. I wasted roughly $60 there in mystery powder that is disgusting.
Written 5 September 2020
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Relax25655265094
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2024 • Solo
My experience at Satria Agrowista 1 Balinese Coffee and Tea tasting shop was nothing short of a disgrace. The staff's abhorrent behavior and appalling customer service left me feeling utterly disrespected and unwanted. Their blatant discrimination and negative attitude towards Indian clients was absolutely appalling.

The staff's complete lack of cooperation and their obvious intention to push sales over providing genuine service was deplorable. They callously dropped samples of coffee and tea for tasting and promptly abandoned me, clearly underestimating my potential as a customer. To their surprise, I ended up spending a substantial amount exceeding Rp.400,000 in their shop.

For any Indian considering a visit to Satria Agrowista 1 for a taste of Balinese coffee, I strongly urge you to reconsider. This establishment clearly holds a prejudiced view towards Indian patrons and fails to treat them with the respect they deserve. The management must be held accountable for allowing such disgraceful behavior to persist, and the Ministry of Tourism in Indonesia should investigate this matter promptly.
Written 2 June 2024
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AustralianFlower14
9 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2023 • Family
NOT a tourist trap.
If you are travelling with small children, this is the perfect stop. The tea and coffee plantation is nothing like a proper plantation. It's more like a museum plantation walk through, which suits young children really well. They don't need to walk forever to find the vanilla, turmeric, cocoa and ginseng plants. This kept the kids engaged and asking questions. The luwak coffee making process was also a short walk through and kids are able to roast coffee beans on a traditional stove. Again, great learning experience for kids but obviously they cant be making all the coffee they sell in that small hut. Coffee and tea tasting was lovely. Don't know how pregnancy friendly the teas and coffees are. Do your research regarding what you can and can't have before you go because pregnancy diets vary culture to culture. We bought coffee. The coffee seems to be legitimate and not instant coffee as there is residue that instant coffee would otherwise not leave. Bought the rice tea, this is not sugar and powder. It actually has no sugar and has red rice granules. Apparently, this tea is great for your bones. All other teas, they sell tea with sugar and the same tea with a less sugar option. Would be great if there were expiry dates and other information on the teas but I'm pretty confident with my own taste buds and sense of smell. There were no expiry dates in the past and our ancestors relied on their sharp senses.
The tour costs nothing. The tea tasting and the views are exceptional. There is a distinct flavour to all the teas and coffees. The Luwak coffee cost is basically nothing. Teas and coffees at the shop are reasonably priced. Tea and coffee tasting is educational and so is the tour. You get all this for free. I can't understand some of these reviews. We walked away relaxed and with the whole family being a little more knowledgeable.
Yes it seems as though the driver promotes this place for some benefit they are getting, but if you purchase nothing, it's not out of your pocket. No one forces you to buy anything.
Written 19 September 2023
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Jesse213
4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2022
This place is definitely not a scam.

We bought 5 teas and one coffee, and they are all what we were given as a taste test.

The teas require 2-3 completely flat tablespoons, and are full of flavor.

The coffee requires possibly 5 flat tablespoons, I would guess you could get anywhere between 5-10 coffees out of a box, maybe more if you like a weaker coffee.

The bigger box costs $7 USD if that, I wouldn't be complaining even if I got 3 coffees out of it. It's not like a supermarket branded coffee where you get 50 out of it.

I don't understand how people can complain or act as if they got ripped off over such small prices. When we spend $7 on one coffee or other drinks at bars or cafes back in our own countries.
Written 10 August 2022
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