Merta Harum Agro Coffee Plantation, Bali

Merta Harum Agro Coffee Plantation, Bali - Address, Phone Number

Address: No., Jl. Raya Mawang No.98, Lodtunduh, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia

Phone: +628-1999814443

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details

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About Merta Harum Agro Coffee Plantation, Bali

Merta Harum Agro coffee plantation is a coffee shop in Bali which also offer coffee plantation tours to the visitors. Set on top of the trees, amidst the tropical trees the environment of Merta Harum Agro Coffee is liberating and subtle. Go on a guided tour glancing across the coffee plantations while listening to the process involved in the plantation, try out the free coffee samples and be seduced by the aromatic flavors of the coffee. Merta Harum Agro Coffee plantation is pleasantly relaxing and offers a great escape from the concrete buzz.

Merta Harum Agro Coffee Plantation Ticket Prices

  • The entry and the tea/coffee tasting is free, except for Kopi Luwak.

How To reach Merta Harum Agro Coffee Plantation by Public Transport

  • Rent a car or hire a taxi.

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  • This is a great place to learn about the kopi lowak coffee. Nic, our guide was very helpful and clear in explaining the process of how the berry becomes a bean, ready for making coffee. They also gave you a sampler tray of the various tea and coffee blends that the sell at the plantation. However, you have to pay IDR 50,000 to try a kopi Luwak coffee, similar to other plantations. Overall a great experience and great fun. Purchased a few bags of tea and coffee for myself. P.S the beans weren’t that great although tea was fine.

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  • Small tourist operation but quite good. Nice setting. Some animals. Some samples. Bit of an expectation to buy at the end.

  • The good 1. Great experience to see coffee farm and how the process of getting coffee 2. Great tasting of variety of tea and coffee 3. Gift shop at the end to buy coffee and other items The bad 1. Unable to clearly explain what's unique about lewak coffee as the tour guide is comparing Bali coffee to Lewak coffee which is Arabica coffee. True comparison would be Arabic coffee after pooped and before pooped.

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  • Awesome ! Amazingly kind staff, nice visit with plants presentations, very good products (you can taste all 9 teas and 7 coffees for free), animals are well treated (so they say), and a cup of luwak coffee is about 3€. Best place ever !

  • Quaint little place with friendly staff ... the luwak coffee does indeed have an awesome robust flavor and was refreshing ... the samplers could do with a lot less sugar though...

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