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Department of Food and Beverage Management

C101 Wine Cellar

  Signing an international industry-university cooperation contract with Moet Hennessey, the world’s largest winery of champagne and cognac, we have a professional wine cellar with automatic temperature and humidity control.

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C103 Classroom for Fragrant Identification and Sense Training

  Through the central control compressor, standard fragrances of more than 60 kinds are automatically mixed uniformly with air and released, so that trainees can simultaneously inhale the smell with mouth and nose. In order to avoid mutual interference of the smell and volatilization of the essence due to high temperature, 「every ceramic bowl has an independent exhaust fan installed above, and classroom temperature is fixed at 23℃」. Taking four years to build, this is the first professional classroom for training fragrant identification and olfactory sensation memory in Asia.
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C106 Wine-tasting Classroom
  This is the first professional wine-tasting classroom in Taiwan, helping to keep pace with the rest of the world. Equipped with an advanced wine-tasting facility, it is a professional classroom for learning the taste and olfactory analysis and color and luster observation of liquors and beverages.
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C601 Classroom for Mixology
  This classroom is equipped with a professional drink mixing counter, so that students will feel like they are actually in a drink mixing establishment. The course is lively and vivid so that students can become familiar with the counter environment much faster. It has also been established with a personal drink mixing operational zone to cultivate domestic bartender excellence.

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C701、C702、C705  Chinese Restaurant for Practice (including bar and kitchen)

  As a starting point for remembering past times of Taiwan, the restaurant is designed on a principal axis of integrating the cultural spirit of 1920-1930 in Taiwan. The entrance porch shows a baroque architectural style fusing the east and the west and is matched with the color of traditional temple buildings; with an elegant and atavistic long wood counter of a reddish-brown color, the British bar sketches contour with a 1950s style. The restaurant provides students with a chance to practice food and beverage service, understand the restaurant’s actual operating situations, and promote students’ adaptation for off-campus internships. Furthermore, through learning the restaurant’s operating mechanism, students can have on-the-spot experience on how to run a restaurant.

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D711、D707 Western Restaurant for Practice (including kitchen)

  The restaurant lobby is like an atavistic and luxurious banquet hall, of which the wood floor has geometric figures to match the ceiling of drapery and the middle ART-DECO glass shed; in the lobby, a large reality and illusion adornment art painting draws the outline of a western palace’s garden scene. The restaurant provides students with a chance to practice food and beverage service, understand the restaurant’s actual operating situations, and promote students’ adaptation for off-campus internships. Furthermore, through learning the restaurant’s operating mechanism, students can have on-the-spot experience on how to run a restaurant.

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