Ken Bradley, gold winner, presented with his award by Jane Hasel-McCosh also pictured is Jeff Downes.
Thank you everyone who entered and supported the
2019 Australian Marmalade Awards!
The winners of the Australian Marmalade Awards were announced on Sunday 13 October at Beaumont House as part of the Festival of Marmalade.
The following people have won gold awards for their marmalades in the home-made competition.
Janet MacDonald (from Vic, by phone) – mandarin marmalade
Joe Kianlip – 2 gold for Cumquat and tangelo marmalade and lemon, lime, cara cara orange and kaffir lime leaf marmalade
George Potter – Cumquat liqueur grapefruit marmalade
Isaia (Issy) Douvartidis – Cumquat, lemon & orange blossom honey marmalade
Di Wilkins – Seville orange marmalade
Bev Harper (2018 champion) – Poorman’s orange and yuzu marmalade
Reuben Kooperman (from WA) 2 gold – Tangelo and limoncello marmalade and Tangelo and Cointreau marmalade.
The following businesses have won gold awards for their marmalades in the artisan competition.
Fiaje (Amanda Penno) Cumquat Marmalade
Fiaje Gin & Tonic Lime Marmalade
Larder and Spade (Annette Guyatt) Loch Gin Marmalade
Artisan Double Gold
Larder & Spade (Annette) – Three Fruit marmalade; and
Gourmet to Go (Irene) – Seville orange marmalade
The champion home-made marmalade maker for 2019 is
Reuben Kooperman for his Tangelo and Sullivan’s Cove Malt Whisky
We would like to thank everyone for entering the competition and making it such a success. We look forward to seeing you next year!