Judges are required for The Australian Grand Dairy Awards
Dairy-lovers around the nation are invited to put their palates to the test and apply for the chance to be an official judge of the 21st annual Australian Grand Dairy Awards.
Ten lucky winners will have the opportunity to taste Australia’s top dairy products in Melbourne later this month, to help determine the winner of the esteemed People’s Choice Award.
Led by Australia’s most renowned dairy judges, the ten amateur judges will sample 57 of Australia’s finest cheeses, ice creams, butters, milks, creams and yoghurts across 19 categories as part of the judging process.
In addition to tasting all the dairy delights, competition winners will be taken through an exclusive tasting tutorial from Australian Grand Dairy Awards Judge and Cheesemonger Sonia Cousins.
“This opportunity is a dairy lover’s dream. Whether you consider yourself a cheese connoisseur or ice cream aficionado, this is your chance to try gold-medal winning dairy products and play a hand in determining the cream of the crop” said Judge Cousins.
Established in 1999, the Australian Grand Dairy Awards are the premier dairy awards within the Australian dairy industry, promoting world class excellence and quality.
- Date: Wednesday 30 October 2019
- Time: 6pm – 8pm
- Location: Australian Grand Dairy Awards Headquarters, Southbank, Melbourne
How to enter: go to www.dairy.com.au/dairyjudge and write 25 words about why you would make the perfect dairy and cheese judge.
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