We actually met the owner of the coffee farm while riding on a motorbike towards Ubud at a stoplight. We struck up a conversation which resulted in our stopping by for a tour. We were shown around by Widi, the owner's nephew and an employee. He answered a ton of questions we had, and was very knowledgeable. At the end of the tour, we paid $5 each for a cup of Kopi Luwak and the variety of other coffee and teas that come with it. They were all delicious! The kopi luwak is definitely something most people feel strongly about one way or another. I think it's delicious, but my wife only had a few sips of hers. She did enjoy all the teas that we got to taste, though.
Worth half an hour of your time if you're on your way up to Ubud and like coffee.
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