This is a shop and teaching centre that is away from the actual farm. The animals onsite are for display only. The working animals are free range on the farm. We asked our guide these questions specifically. When their supply from the farm can not keep up with demand they import unprocessed poo from other farms to bolster their supply. The coffee production process onsite is for display and education only.....so yes as you walk away the happy smiling workers down props and take a break. I have read many reviews saying this place is a tourist trap. While it is a tourist destination I did not get the feeling it was a rip of joint. The tea is free to try and the coffee costs about the same as a speciality coffee in Australia. It was very informative if you ask questions and of course you show support via a purchase. Our guide also informed us how there can be so much luwak coffee on the market at such good prices for such a seasonal product. Sometimes things are bronze painted silver instead of pure...... you get what you pay for.
18 Feb 2019
Kofi Luwak - Great Experience
Great Experience for the family and especially the kids who had not seen the plants of coffee and other spices before. A must visit to enjoy the various types of coffee / tea to taste.
03 Feb 2019
Loved this place
We were here is Jan 2018 and was one of the best we have been to.There is of course the over priced products that they want you to purchase on the way out, but they have to make money somehow.
16 Nov 2018
Jambe Asri Agrotourism
Pura Dalem Tegal Tamu, Batubulan Indonesia