Tea trees replace themselves every 20 years. The tea plants in Yishun are currently dominated by Taicha No. 12 Jinxuan, Yinxiang Oolong and Daye Oolong, while Qingxin Oolong is slowly being phased out. The tea trees on the Sixty Stone Mountain can be harvested five times a year. The tea cyanines harvested in spring and winter make a hemispherical oolong tea, and they can be harvested three times in summer and autumn.
Lin Junjie and the tea production and marketing team on the mountain cooperated with the guidance of the Fuli Farmers’ Association to organize tea experience activities. Visitors can pick tea, make tea, taste tea, and DIY interesting tea cakes. In the “Tea Awareness Travel” event, he was voted top ten in Taiwan’s top ten tea districts. When you come to Sixty Stone Mountain throughout the year, you can experience the beauty of heavens and earth right here.