The Starbucks Dewata Coffee Sanctuary a new addition to Bali Indonesia tourist attraction.

The New Starbucks Dewata Coffee Sanctuary in Bali, Indonesia
The New Starbucks Dewata Coffee Sanctuary in Bali, Indonesia

When we say bucket list, we often have listed the places where we want to visit, and most of the time a visit to Bali Indonesia is included to our buckets.

Bali Indonesia in South East Asia nestled in the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. Over the years the Island gained popularity to tourist because of its indigenous resources.

Bali Indonesia is a top choice destination because of its perfect climate, breathtaking attractions, rich culture, and most of all their famous beaches and resorts which gained thousands of visitors each year. Because of this outstanding demographic of the Island, it’s no wonder why a lot of investors love the beautiful island of Bali.

The New Starbucks Dewata Sanctuary

Of course, the scope of the island is a magnificent tourist destination that is why the big coffee chain Starbucks did a one-of-a-kind coffee sanctuary in Bali, Indonesia.

The Starbucks Company brings in the American brand in the Island but inducing the rich culture of Indonesian coffee to their store.

Starbucks Dewata Sanctuary showcasing Indonesia high-quality coffee.

The new Starbuck Dewata Coffee Sanctuary in Bali is said by the coffee company to be the largest Starbucks coffee shop in Southeast Asia. Settled in the up-and-coming premium retail district on Sunset Road, the coffee sanctuary provides every costumers an experience of the carefully crafted coffee journey.

“The Starbucks Dewata Coffee Sanctuary amplifies our passion for the coffee journey, our ongoing commitment to Indonesia’s rich coffee culture, and our tireless pursuit of fostering moments of connection between our partners and customers. The Coffee Sanctuary marks the tenth Starbucks Reserve Bar store in Indonesia, one of 185 stores around the world, with the majority in Asia. This is Starbucks at its best, and we are proud to open the doors of this unique experience in one of Southeast Asia’s most dynamic markets,” said Kevin Johnson, CEO, Starbucks Coffee Company.

Inside Starbucks expansive Reserve bar

The Starbucks Coffee Sanctuary is a 20,000 square foot store that was beautifully built highlighting Bali’s local craftsmanship and culture alongside with the Island’s premium coffee.

Starbucks Coffee Sanctuary, Bali Indonesia

Inside the coffee sanctuary, you can experience not just from bean to cup coffee preparation but a journey from coffee cultivation, washing, drying and raking green coffee beans. The sanctuary also offers a one-of-a-kind coffee tasting experience that a coffee lover will surely enjoy. Inside the expansive Reserve bar, costumers can have an intimate activity to taste the Starbucks Reserve small-lot coffees, while the core bar offers Starbucks signature core beverages.

Inside the Starbucks dewata expansive reserve bar. Coffee lovers are enjoying tasting premium coffee.

The Starbuck Dewata Coffee Sanctuary will be a new addition to Bali Indonesia tourist attraction, where you can taste high-quality Indonesian Arabica coffee, and you can get to try up close and personal the cultivation, process, coffee tasting inside the sanctuary. This coffee sanctuary is a one-sto-shop for all coffee lovers. So if you are planning to go on a vacation in the beautiful Island of Bali don’t forget to add on your bucket list to visit the one-of-a-kind Starbucks Coffee Sanctuary in Bali, Indonesia.

Inside the new Starbucks Dewata Sanctuary

“Bali has an envied reputation as one of Asia’s top travel destinations and Indonesia is one of coffee’s most extraordinary coffee origin regions, so we’re excited to invite customers here to ignite their senses and explore the seed-to-cup coffee journey at this unique Coffee Sanctuary,” said Anthony Cottan, director, Starbucks Indonesia, at PT Sari Coffee Indonesia Limited.

For more details about this coffee news visit Starbucks official website.