I saw the coffee making proccess
In here, I saw how to make a civet coffee and then I can taste it. The scenery is so amazing with the cool atmosphere of tegallalang village
05 Mar 2018
Brings Out The 'ROMANTIC' In You!
It was Jan. 18, 2018, our third year anniversary, when we arrived at the Basanta Agro Organic at Tegallalang, a district in the Gianyar Regency, Bali, at around 4 pm. A few steps inside, and we knew it was the perfect choice to set the mood for an evening of pure bliss and romance. We were greeted with a smile, a gesture that we have come to love after our stay in Bali. The lady who greeted us gave us a short tour of the property. We saw the Asian palm civet, whose love for coffee cherries has produced one of the most expensive coffees in the world - the Kopi Luwak. We saw coffee beans being roasted. We noticed the man roasting the beans, calm and composed, always smiling and posing for a photograph. Next, we were taken to the Jineng, adjacent to the rice field. The coffee tasting session began. I even ordered an extra Luwak coffee; the sweet lady convinced me. The myriad smells of the agricultural produce, the coffees, the greens, made us hungry. My wife straightaway went for a Tropical Fruit Juice. But I wanted to try a local dish. A quick sift through the menu, and my eyes focused on the Vegan Nasi Campur, which is basically steamed rice, accompanied by red bean fritter, Pepes, bean curd & tempeh curry, and assorted vegetables, served with chayote squash soup. Pepes are mushrooms, Kelor/Moringa Oleifera, and bean curd, cooked inside the banana leaf. We didn't take much time lapping up the dishes. Next stop was their coffee/ tea store. We obliged the staff. Purchased a number of packets, and bid goodbye to an experience we'll relive once again! Ambiance: The all-encompassing greenery. The smell of coffee, ginseng, ginger, clove. The coffee-roasting hut. Smiles everywhere. The cool breeze. Stunning views. The chirping birds. Everything is great about this place. Food: Strictly vegan. Good taste. Drinks: Basanta knows how to make great coffees. The coffee-tasting session was utterly delightful! Try their Dragon Fruit Juice too! Staff: Helpful. Friendly. Sweet. Informative. Coffee/Tea Store: If you are a coffee/tea lover, you will find it hard to resist! I highly recommend Basanta Agro Organic.
06 Feb 2018
Nice view for tasting coffee
Coconut and luwak coffee taste good. Tasting area has a very good scenery facing rice field. Clean and nice air
21 Nov 2017
Basanta Agro Organic
Banjar Jasan Jln. Raya Kedisan, Tegalalang 80561 Indonesia