TRIP TO BALI – TRYING THE WORLD’S MOST EXPENSIVE COFFEE [Kopi Luwak] 🙀💸


Welcome to Bali in this video we’re going to get a glimpse into the Balinese culture including the dance the beaches the world’s most expensive coffee and more. Let’s go check it out.This is Bali International Airport about 30 degrees warmer here and very humid. We drive into the mountainside of ubud to visit a coffee shop not just any coffee shop this one sells the coveted Luwak coffee which is made from a cat called a civet cat. It’s known as the most expensive coffee in the world. This is saffron tea and Mike got Pandanus drink. Wow very sweet. Do you like coffee? This is where the coffee comes from this little cat very hungry she eats a lot of coffee. so yes this is the coffee made from the civet cat droppings. How much does it cost? Well on amazon it goes for roughly $45 USD for a few ounces. This is it right here, it’s brewing, starting to turn brown. About to try it. Here is the finished product. Ready? Is it filming? It is. Whatcha drinkin? coffee from the cat. How was it? it was actually really good. Here we go visit – civet cat coffee. Mmm good taste like chicken actually it tastes like really good espresso. ready? yeah. try it. how was it? very complex – a lot going on there. This is like Bali in one photo. So Bali is a Hindu part of Indonesia that’s why there’s a lot of temples and this one is in Ubud in the mountainside. After all that culture and coffee it’s time to head over to the beach to the seminyak area where we go to the potato head beach club famous for its amazing drinks and food. Check out the sunset – Bali! The next day we visited the markets in Ubud where we saw a stone carving shop where they sold all kinds of hindu stone carvings bali is known for its exquisite craft including wood carvings stone carvings an intricate jewelry we walked away with a few buddha sculptures made from sandalwood you guys pay me yeah I like your hair by in a bag from the top three now it’s time to see the famous balinese dance performance called the kecak dance which features men chanting in a circle to a mesmerizing performance telling the Hindu story of Rama and Sita. [kecak chanting] Oh no, he’s taking her. Awe man, come back. She’s back. [gamelan music] We hope that you enjoyed this cultural tour of Bali. If you liked it – hit the thumbs up button and subscribe for more travel videos. Terima Kashi!

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