Sublime Spices wins again

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Screen Shot 2016-06-15 at 11.48.26 AMThe 2016 Mr Chilli Awards judging panel of top culinary experts honoured Sublime Spices with a 1st Place for Curried Chilli, 2nd Place for Sweet Spiced Chilli & 3rd Place for Spiced Chilli in the Curry Category.
Satay Category won Sublime Spices a 2nd Place with a review stating “ a HUGE CHILLI taste rating of 9.5 /10 for Flavour & most authentic tasting satay on this side of the Equator”
Sweet Thai Chilli section claimed Sublime Spices another 1st Place.
In March we saw Sublime Spices take out a Triple 1st Place –  1st Place in Relish, Jam & Chutney for their Zucchini Relish, Strawberry Tsea-nami Jam & Tempestuous Lava Chutney
Their winning product was applauded because of Fabulous taste & great measure of heat to compliment flavour.
Sublime Spices offer Perth’s Finest Artisan Gourmet Chilli sauces/Relishes & Jams, and are located at Kalamunda Farmer Markets & Kalamunda Village Markets, can also be found at many Expo & Market events around Perth, and products can be purchased online at
Competition for the 2016 Mr Chilli Awards was tougher than ever, with a new record of 61 company entries. The total number of entries came to 270, higher than in previous years. The total of wins for companies was an all-time high.
Andrew Ayoub, founder of the Mr Chilli Awards said entries came from all over Australia and New Zealand. “Companies from all over Australasia continue to recognize the Mr Chilli Awards as the most competitive and challenging blind taste-tested event in the country,” Ayoub said. “I’m thrilled that participation in the awards continues to increase year after year.”
The Mr Chilli Awards is an annual competition created by Andrew “Mr Chilli” Ayoub that recognizes the top fiery foods products in the country. It is one of the most competitive blind tasted food competitions. Hundreds of products are entered and go through rigorous tastings to receive the top honours. For more information please visit:


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