Stopped by here as part of our bike tour. We were shown around and given free samples of all the drinks available. There were durian trees, coffee trees, mangosteen trees, tumeric, ginger root, cinnamon tree, very interesting. We were shown how coffee is produced here. Although I don’t support the Luwak Coffee, it’s a good knowledge though especially those who never seen tropical fruit trees and herbs, you should come here. My personal favourites are mangosteen and roselle tea.
20 Oct 2018
We stumbled upon this accidentally and the guild was wonderful. The tour was wonderful, learning about all sorts of herbs, spices and fruits. They show you how the coffee bean is roasted, wonderful gardens and explain numerous things. There is free tasting at the end with Lukwak coffee as an exception - 50,000 IDR. The store itself at the end offers products that are organic and prices range from 200,000-500,000 which is reasonable considering the experience & the amount of knowledge given. Also compared to other prices at stores for Luwak coffee. Note: They do have some Luwaks in cages which they say they release every 3 months but I think they shouldn't be in concrete cages, have more natural environments with actual trees and branches etc or not have them at all.
06 Oct 2018
We got a free tour of the plantation. The guide was super nice and told us about all the different plants around the plantation. Got a free tasting of all different tea and coffee they had. Around 20 different kinds. Had to pay extra for luwak coffee but it was worth it
19 Jun 2018
Jl. Banjar Gagah, Tegalalang 80561 Indonesia