Best Bali Coffee?
For those of you who are not familiar with the Indonesian island of Bali, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Asia. With a population of 4.4 million people, it is also one of the most densely populated islands in the world. It has a tropical climate and lush green vegetation which make it an ideal destination for beach lovers and nature lovers alike.
The Balinese culture is also rich with art, music, and dance as well as traditional customs that have been passed down through generations. There are many different types of coffee to try on Bali but there are a few that stand out from the rest due to their unique flavor profiles.
Best Places to Drink Coffee on the South Coast of Bali
This article is about coffee shops on the south coast of Bali. There are a few coffee shops that I like to visit when I am in this area.
Coffee shops on the south coast of Bali are mostly located in Seminyak, Kuta, and Legian. The three main areas have different types of cafes and restaurants. The most popular cafes are usually found in Seminyak, which is a wealthy tourist destination with many luxury hotels and resorts. These cafes offer more expensive coffees with a high quality of service. Kuta is where you will find more local cafes serving up traditional Indonesian coffee and Western-style espresso drinks at lower prices than those found in Seminyak. On the other hand, Legian offers the widest variety of international food options for tourists. Here are some places around the area you might want to visit :
Stepping inside Revolver, which is located down a small way near Seminyak’s bustling main street, is like being instantly transported to a New York warehouse. Revolver is also a wholesale coffee seller, with a smaller café, Baby Revolver, in Petitenget. Revolver, which launched in 2011, is said to have changed coffee consumption in Bali.
Pison Coffee Petitenget
Pison Coffee is also fantastic for breakfast if you’re staying at the top of Petitenget/Jalan Batu Belig. Like Revolver, it’s a little gloomy, but the coffee is wonderful and the breakfasts are much more imaginative than usual.
The Farmer Brew
A humble coffee place where they plant their own coffee beans. Place isnt that big and place is very comfy. Located at Jalan Drupadi this coffee shop provides great service and good food.
BGS is said to provide the greatest Almond Milk Latte on the island, we can corroborate this large coffee claim. BGS is also where you’ll find friendly people in a community-driven setting that offers everything from boards and fins to wax, shirts, and bikinis.
Top 3 Places for a Great Cup of Joe
There are many places that you can go to to get a great cup of Bali Coffee. But, not all of them are made equal. So, here’s a list of the 3 best places for Bali Coffee.
1.Seniman Coffee Ubud
Seniman is not only a well-known coffee roastery in Bali, but it is also one of Indonesia’s top speciality coffee and design businesses. They are committed to providing high-quality Bali coffee while providing a one-of-a-kind client experience that is hard to obtain elsewhere.
2.Freak Coffee Ubud Bali
If you want to go for the Bali Coffee experience, this is a go to place. The beans are organically grown and roasted daily so its a fresh as it can get.
If you’re looking to try some very fantastic Indonesian coffee blends, you should stop by the extremely unique Anomali Coffee. You may drink on beans from Papua, Java, Sumatra, and even a good-old Balinese Kintamani roast at their Ubud location, with skilled baristas and frequent training sessions on hand to bring your coffee sipping up to speed. Not only that, but the espresso machines are top-notch, consistently producing strong and creamy cappuccinos, as well as a cold drip, French press, plunger, and the extremely cool syphon coffee.
Luwak Coffee Bali Plantation – Bali’s most expensive coffee
Luwak coffee is the world’s most expensive coffee, found in Bali. Running $100 per kilo, this coffee has a special process to make it both rare and expensive. It starts with a civet cat that eats coffee berries and then processes them in its intestines. The beans get excreted, picked up, and made into a cup of rich Java Luwak coffee . This “gourmet” coffee is just the beans, and has no additives or artificial flavors. The civet cats are trained to eat coffee berries.
source : nowbali.co.id
Check our other guides on places around the area : Batu Bolong Beach Bali – Complete Guide and What to Expect