Coffeelicious

There are plenty of things to do and see between the surfing here in Bali. A visit at a tea- and coffeeplantation is an example of a tasty way to spend an afternoon. After a tour through the plantation, we were handed a set of numerous samples of tea and coffee, all organically grown. Talk about joyride for the taste buds! A few of the absolute favorites ended up being invested in, and are surely to be enjoyed after future surfing sessions.

At the plantation, we even enjoyed a cup of Kopi Luwak, which happen to be the most expensive type of coffee in the world. However, at a price per cup of 50.000 Indonesian Rupiah, equivalent of about 4.2 USD, it was affordable even for a couple of backpackers like ourselves. I suspect it runs for a few times more back in Norway! 🙂

 

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