Food & Recipes

Dream Job Alert: Cadbury Is Hiring a Chocolate Taster

What if we told you that you could get paid to eat chocolate? Well, thanks to Cadbury, that dream job is actually now available in real life. No, you’re not dreaming!

Cadbury is hiring a “chocolate and cocoa beverage taster” — and the job description sounds just as delicious and enticing as the job title. Not only do you get to eat chocolate every day at work, you also get to play an important role in shaping the development of new products for the brand. Can you imagine being partly responsible for the latest delicious desserts that everyone lines up for around the world?

As you might expect, the job is based in London, so it would involve a big move. But for someone especially devoted to chocolate — and to giving their personal opinions on its flavor — this gig just might be worth that hop across the pond. The best part is that you don’t need to have any experience in a role like this one; so hey, there’s a first time for everything!

According to the ad, you will need the following: a passion for sweets, great taste buds, honesty and objectivity when it comes to giving an opinion, eagerness to try new and inventive products, a communicative personality to build great relationships with your panel, and a firm grasp of the English language.

If this all sounds like you, and if you’re suddenly feeling the overwhelming urge to move to London, you can apply on the company’s career page.

Next, learn why chocolate can actually be good for you in the video below:

h/t Delish

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