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“Tourist Trap?” 3 of 5 bubbles
Review of Jakawana

Ranked #70 of 126 things to do in Ubud
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Shanghai, China
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4 reviews
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“Tourist Trap?”
3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 April 2013

I was here last week on my way back to Seminyak from a day trip in Ubud. I thought that its gonna be a big coffee farm and I was really going to see the whole coffee-making process. But it wasn't anything like it.

The girl greets you at the entrance, shows you a couple of coffee trees, shows a Civet in a cage, then shows an old lady roasting and a kid grinding the beans. The whole area was about 150 sqm, then they take you to a tasting area nearby where you get to taste 5 different coffees and 5 different teas. Then there's a shop on the way out where you can buy the products.

The whole thing looked 'staged' and the coffee was way too sweet. I asked the girl if they had a bigger farm elsewhere, she said yes, but then I wonder, why didn't they just show us that?

Visited March 2013
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Melbourne, Australia
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“Huge selection of coffee and tea plus luwak coffee”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 22 January 2013 via mobile

Small place that trys to bring everything in one place. You can the plants and trees that are used for making coffee, suger and coca. Plus the luwak animals (but sleep all day) got to try 3 coffee's, 4 teas and coco.but they charge for the luwak coffee. Nice people and speak english.

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