Mas Yanto brought us here on our 2nd day in Bali. We arrived at the island the night before and stayed at Favehotel kuta square, before changed to another accomodation later on this second day.
Candid picture (kononnya. Abang driver yang ambik)
1.Cleaned luwak coffee beans 2.The raw & fresh beans (^__^")
3.The aunty, roasting bali coffee beans 4.Pounded beans (bali coffee)
1. Kayu manis and vanilla sticks 2.Coffee beanssssss~~~
1.All of the civets aka luwak were sleeping when we came at that time. Yes, they are nocturnal mammals which active at nights.
2.So Mas Yanto (our driver) managed to wake this one up...for 2 minutes....before it went to the other corner of the cage to sleep, again
1.Satria Agro place. Kinda like this place as it's full of green and smells fresh <3
2.The girls 3. Kite la (^_^)v
4. Tamarillo, or terung belanda, Taste a bit like tomato but lagi sedap!
That's... a lot of coffees and teas. Cuba nak mengingat nama dorang. Ginseng coffee /Coconut coffee /Mochaccino /Vanilla coffee /Bali cocoa /Ginger tea /Kulit manggis /Bali coffee /Lemongrass tea /Brown rice /kunyit+honey tea kalau tak silap (rasa pelik) /Roselle
To my preference, i like the ginseng coffee, vanilla coffee, cocoa, kulit manggis, bali coffee and roselle! Banyak pulak kann but of course la idak nak membeli semuanya. Just managed to grab bali coffee and roselle je hehe.
1.Another sleepy head
2.The most expensive coffee in the world. That small cup costs 50,000 rupiah (RM15).
And that's our driver, Mas Yanto. He speaks a 85%-perfect malay accent, and he also shared a lot of general knowledge related to bali and its people with us =D