• WordNet 3.6
    • n taste-tester someone who samples food or drink for its quality
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Taste testers drink up research projects at USU.
Consumer Reports' taste testers sampled stuffings from Stovetop, Arnold, Pepperidge Farm, and even Great Value from Walmart.
Central to it is a "cupping" room, in which testers sip their java and then spit it out like one does during a wine tasting.
Taste testers were able to try different flavors and rate them accordingly.
On the eve of Philly Beer Week, The Inquirer's Craig LaBan and seven other taste-testers sampled 48 local beers from 27 breweries.
Josie would pour the batter, I would flip, and Abbey must've been the taste-tester.
Taste tester on Pa's farm and licensed notary public.
Taste testers jotted their answers onto slips of paper.
In this bizarre instructional video, watch what a taste tester must go through in order have all the flavors hit the taste buds.