After hiking to Mt.Batur at Kintamani to witness the spectacular sunrise and refresh your mind, visit the wonderful Wedang Sari Coffee Plantation to refresh your soul as well. Located 15 km from Mt. Batur, the plantation is ideal for any coffeeholic. If Kintamani is on your Bali vacation package, then don’t miss out on Wedang Sari Coffee Plantation, one of the best places to visit in Bali.
Have you ever tasted the world’s costliest coffee?
Well, you can see how the entire process of coffee production takes in the aroma of the costliest coffee in the world at Wedang Sari Coffee Plantation, Bali.
You can sip cups of Kopi Luwak, the most expensive and rare coffee in the world, on this Balinese coffee estate. This cup of Indonesian java costs upwards of $50 in fine restaurants throughout the world. This coffee may seem familiar to you because it has appeared in a ton of food-related periodicals, on Oprah, and in the movie The Bucket List.
The small cup of bliss costs 50,000 Indonesian Rupiah, or $5 USD. And Kopi Luwak beans are harvested from animal feces in an innovative method. (Kopi Luwak means 'civet coffee.') One of the best things to do in Bali’s Kintamani is to visit the Wedang Sari Coffee Plantation.
The Asian Palm Civet, which resembles a weasel or raccoon, feeds on coffee bean pods known as cherries. The cherry fruit is broken down inside the civet, but the coffee beans travel through the digestive tract intact and are expelled as sought-after droppings. According to research, the civet's stomach acids and enzymes break down the bean's coating and ferment the bean. This technique degrades the acidic flavor of conventional coffee.
Locals in East Timor, the Philippines, and Indonesia (Bali, Java, Sumatra, and Sulawesi) collect the civet's poo. The makers of coffee then purchase the costly animal waste and extract, clean, sun-dry, and roast the beans.
Kopi Luwak coffee is renowned for its smooth flavor; you will notice it at the very first sip. The taste of Kopi Luwak is unlike any other coffee you've ever tasted. The taste is light with a slightly nutty flavor. Its texture is as smooth as the silk tie-dye advertised in nearly every souvenir shop in Bali.
Have a chance to discover how coffee is created until it becomes the ideal product. On this plantation farm, they also grow chiles, peppercorns, cocoa, ginger, cinnamon, and passion fruit.
While they tempt you, make your way through the farm and take in the clean, rural air. Lemon tea, ginger tea, chocolate coffee, spicy ginger coffee, and standard Balinese coffee are also available for tasting. Coffee plantations are one of the top attractions in Bali.
The coffee plantation is open only on Sunday and Monday every week. You can purchase different varieties of coffee and tea and take them back home as souvenirs for your loved ones.
Wedang Sari Coffee Plantation is a must-visit place in Bali for you if you're in Kintamani while in Bali. While you're here, fill your cup with the rarest, most expensive, and most valuable coffee. You can instantly let go of all your troubles thanks to the fragrant beverage. You may observe how the coffee beans are separated, washed, dried, and then eventually roasted on this coffee estate.
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