The “sensory judges” will learn how to judge the products featuring cocoa, hazelnut and semi-finished sweets during a three-month course. The classes will begin on September 30 and will teach the new part-time employees how to “hone their sense of taste and smell” and the correct terminology to use while describing the products.
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While the position requires no previous taste testing experience, it does require that you have no allergies and know how to use a computer.
This isn’t the first time a company has put out a request for taste testers. In January, B&M, a supermarket chain in England, was looking to hire a Chicken Nugget Connoisseur, proving the job of your dreams really is out there if you just look hard enough.