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Raye's Mustard Sweet & Spicy Mustard
Raye's® Sweet & Spicy Mustard goes with everything! Spread it on smoked sausages before grilling or broiling them. Use Sweet & Spicy on fish for that added gourmet flavor. Adds a special flavor to smoked meats or fish and makes a great dip for crudités or a spread for hors d’oeuvres. Add to meatloaf, mix with brown sugar, spread on corn beef or ham just before it comes out of the oven. Versatile and delicious!
- Traditional Series
- All Natural Stone Ground
- Small Batch Crafted
- High in antioxidants
- Gluten Free
- 9 oz.
- Made in Maine
Ingredients: Deep Well Water, Blended Whole Mustard Seeds, Distilled Vinegar, Salt, Sugar, Turmeric, and True Spices
*No Cholesterol, No Fats, No Eggs, No Additives, Reduced Sodium, Low Carbohydrates, Kosher Certified*
Welcome to Raye's® Mustard - The Pride of Eastport, Maine!
Raye's Mustard Mill, located in the coastal city of Eastport, Maine - the nation's eastern-most city - is North America's last remaining traditional stone-ground mustard mill. In 1900, J. Wesley Raye, the 20-year-old son of a sea captain, founded the business in the family smokehouse to produce mustard for Maine's burgeoning sardine industry. In 1903, Wes moved The Mill to its current location, enabling Raye's Mustard to be shipped out by both rail and steamship.
The Raye's Mustard brand has been meticulously maintained by each succeeding generation of the Raye family. While most modern mustards are either cooked or ground by high-speed technology, only Raye's maintains the traditional cold grind process using the original stones from France and made in the same mill since 1900. No one else can make that claim!