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Australia’s Biggest Cheese Festival Is Returning To Sydney

Marco Ruiz Marco Ruiz - Sponsored SMN Writer (APAC) - Staff Writer (Aus)

Australia’s Biggest Cheese Festival Is Returning To Sydney

Mould: A Cheese Festival is Australia’s cheesiest party.

Say cheese because once again Nick Haddow from Bruny Island Cheese Co. is teaming up with Revel of Pinot Palooza fame to bring together Australia’s best cheesemongers and cheese-loving chefs for the ultimate cheese-eating experience anywhere in Australia.

And we’re excited because last year we all missed out—you know why.

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Although the official 2021 Cheese List has not yet been announced, the team behind this cheese extravaganza say that 2021’s festival will be their cheesiest event ever, which is what they said about last year’s event but since it couldn’t go ahead, they’re allowed to say it again.

From special takes on Camembert to twists on Buffalo Mozzarella, from Brie, Blue and Buratta to Gorgonzola and Goats cheese, this place is an absolute haven for cheese lovers. So, more cheese, more producers and more cheese sessions than ever before. There’s something for everyone. Cheese Masterclasses too which are still to be announced so watch this space.

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But what is cheese if not delicately paired with other foods and drink? Still absolutely bloody amazing, but where’s the fun in that?

At Mould: A Cheese Festival all of your bases will be covered. Expect a bar stocked with local beers, wines, ciders, and so much more including a little something for those going alcohol-free. A cheese-inspired menu by some of our best cheesemongers will also surely take your fancy.

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Be sure to get your tickets quick as Sydney’s biggest cheese festival is selling out. Tickets cost $48.62 and you can choose from available time slots on Friday and Saturday, May 21 and 22. There are also some fun classes organised that are all about cheese.

For more information see here.

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