November 16, 2020, 06.12 PM

BEDUGUL, – If you are looking for things to do in Bali, then perhaps trying a cup of Indonesian coffee would satisfy you.

Coffee shops on the Indonesian island of Bali have sprouted rapidly in line with nationwide trends.

Nowadays, the list of things to do in Bali has expanded beyond visiting nature attractions and well-preserved centuries-old Hindu temples.

For travelers who are eager to carry on doing some unique things to do in Bali, then they can proceed to the coffee show, Black Eye Coffee.

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Not only does the place feature some one-of-a-kind Indonesian coffee beverages, but the owners have also thrown in the luscious landscape, a mini-museum on coffee production equipment, and offers a latte art class.

Black Eye Coffee shop is part of the Secret Garden Village Bedugul, an educational tourism area known for panoramic nature views.

The design of this Balinese coffee shop was beautifully done to support the objectives of the educational tourism area that is focused on preserving nature thus providing you with a distinct coffee experience.

As you settle in with a cup of Indonesian coffee in hand, you will be transported to a paradise where sights of paddy fields and tall trees blend perfectly with the soft, cool breeze synonymous with the town of Bedugul.

In their effort to support local vendors, Black Eye Coffee sources its coffee beans from well-known coffee-producing parts of Indonesia such as Kintamani, Toraja, Flores, Java, Lampung, Aceh Gayo, and Sumatra.

The most famous Indonesian coffee beans available, Luwak coffee takes the cake and at Black Eye Coffee, they source the beans direct from their own Luwak pets.

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Thus, if you are open to trying unique things to do in Bali then stopping by Black Eye Coffee may be a great first stop.

Mini Museum and Coffee Factory

At Black Eye Coffee, you are offered more than just premium quality Indonesian coffee drinks, there is also their mini-museum displaying brewing equipment and coffee grinders which were in use in the olden era throughout various countries.

As a means of educating its customers, the owners also provide the equipment name so guests can find out more about the tools needed in producing delicious coffee beverages.

The coffee shop’s mini-factory allows guests to see the coffee production process up to the packaging point while their mini theater plays a short film about the history of Indonesian coffee.

Cupping session

For those eager to explore the different tastes and flavors of Indonesian coffee then you will be pleased to know that Black Eye Coffee provides a coffee tasting session of its eight coffee beans.

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Accompanied by a master barista, guests will be taught how to best enjoy each of the eight Indonesian coffee beans while tasting the difference in flavors of each one.

Latte Art Class

A more artistic form of activity involving Indonesia’s coffee is through the shop’s Latte Art Class.

A barista will assist guests to learn the necessary skills of latte art until you are able to create different shapes with your Indonesian coffee drinks.

Black Eye Coffee’s Latte Art class is priced at $8.54 (Rp 125,000) and their Manual Brew Class costs $12.98 (Rp 190,000).

When it comes to the price range of their beverages that utilize the best coffee beans from Indonesia, it starts from $1.78 - $7.79 (Rp 26,000 – Rp 114,000).

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The coffee shop makes available a range of snacks including brownies, croissants, and gelato.

If guests are eager to bring back memories of the places they visited in Bali then they can purchase some of the shop's range of coffee products or merchandise goods.

There are a lot of things to do in Bali and to make sure you have an immersive experience, domestic guests are required to pay $3.42 (Rp 50,000) to enter the Secret Garden Village Bedugul while international travelers must pay $6.83 (Rp 100,000).

Black Eye Coffee is located near the entrance of the educational village.

If you are looking for things to do in Bali, but are not in the Bedugul area, then you can try Black Eye Coffee’s Indonesian coffee drinks at their various branches in Tanah Lot, Pasar Ubud Gianyar, Bali Galeria Mall, or Carrefour Sunset Road.

Their comforting Indonesian coffee beverages are also available to taste at the Mutiara Taman Palem Park in Jakarta.

(Writer: Yana Gabriella Wijaya | Editor: Kahfi Dirga Cahya)


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