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Day 3 : Discover Bali Cat Poo Chino

Absolutely recommended! An amazing place to actually see how the Luwak coffee is made. No payment necessary and free sampling for all their products (Tea & Coffee) except the Luwak coffee.

Indonesian Coffee Culture:

Drinking Cat-Poo-Chino In Bali

Bali, Indonesia. Prior to visiting, I pictured its white sand beaches as a haven for honeymooners and a hot spot for surfers. While all of this exists on the southern end of the island, there are also areas where one can get away from the sunscreen-slathered tourists. This is what I hoped to explore, and Ubud — the cultural heart of the island and a crossroad for traditional art, dance and music — was a great place to start.




An Introduction To Kopi Luwak
While all these experiences were memorable, the highlight of the tour was trying Kopi Luwak, one of the most expensive and rare coffees in the world. Kopi — the Indonesian word for coffee — Luwak comes from Sumatra, Java and Sulawesi in Indonesia’s Archepelago islands. The beans that compose this coffee take an interesting path before the typical roasting, grinding and serving into your cup. Our tour guide introduced us to the residential Asian palm civet, the animal that makes the magic happen. These cat-like creatures eat the highest quality beans, partially digest the food’s fleshy exterior and excrete what’s left (thus, “cat-poo-chinno”). These excreted beans are cleaned, fermented, dried, roasted, ground and brewed to create the world-renowned coffee that is Kopi Luwak.


trying another type of coffee

While all these experiences were memorable, the highlight of the tour was trying Kopi Luwak, one of the most expensive and rare coffees in the world. Kopi — the Indonesian word for coffee — Luwak comes from Sumatra, Java and Sulawesi in Indonesia’s Archepelago islands. The beans that compose this coffee take an interesting path before the typical roasting, grinding and serving into your cup.

Our tour guide introduced us to the residential Asian palm civet, the animal that makes the magic happen. These cat-like creatures eat the highest quality beans, partially digest the food’s fleshy exterior and excrete what’s left (thus, “cat-poo-chinno”). These excreted beans are cleaned, fermented, dried, roasted, ground and brewed to create the world-renowned coffee that is Kopi Luwak.

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