With a focus on black tea, HOHOCHA was established in combination with tourism, cultural and creative products. The tea tree area built on the hill grows 5000 to 6000 tea trees, including No. 18 Taiwanese Tea, Ruby Black Tea, No. 8 Taiwanese Tea Assam Black Tea, Purple Bud Wild Tea, and more. The growing area is about 2 Ha. Along the tea tree trail, visitors can closely appreciate the leaves and growing condition of the tea trees. The Farm also grows many old black tea trees, some of which are even one hundred years old, so that tourists can understand the look and features of black tea trees at different ages.
Besides the tea trees, the most eye-catching spot of the Farm is the black tea museum built in Japanese architectural style. The Farm has also developed more than 20 kinds of processed goods made of tea, including tea caddies, homemade black tea cookies, desserts, and black tea flavor skin care products.