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Mean Mustard

Made in the heart of the English countryside

Smooth and sweet with a mean kick of jalapeno chilli. A properly British condiment inspired by a classic American-style recipe.

This exclusive recipe combines the subtle sweetness and unique spice blend of American mustards with chunky-chopped jalapenos for an extra bit of bite.

It is brilliant with anything smoky and hot off the barbecue, and works wonders with the humble cheese sandwich.

190g

Ingredients

Spirit vinegar, water, mustard flour (11%), green jalapeno peppers, spices, Thickener: modified maize starch, sea salt, garlic powder

Nutritional Info & More

Nutritional Info

Typical Value per 100g

Energy 832kj/210kcal
Total Fat 5.2g
(of which saturates) 0.3g
Carbohydrate 31g
(of which sugars) 26.9g
Protein 4.5g
Salt 1.1g

Storage

Store in a cool, dry place, out of direct sunlight. Once opened, keep in the fridge and finish within 6 weeks.

Allergy Advice

Allergens: see ingredients in bold
Gluten free. Suitable for vegetarians, vegans, coeliacs, lactose intolerant individuals and those with nut and sesame allergies. No artificial colourings, flavouring or preservatives.

The Makers Story

Fresh from the Garden
of England

When I was growing up, I was often told that the best and most luxurious fruit and vegetables came from the Garden of England. It sounded so much like the Garden of Eden that I conflated the two and it assumed an even greater significance. I've always wanted to capture some of our country's best home grown goodness, and when we set up Makers and Merchants we decided to take a look.

We spoke to a number of great producers and makers across the UK to make our range of fine condiments, and settled on a relatively small company who operate from the heart of their old family farm. Converted barns and coach houses now house condiment production and the small team of expert staff work and create from the wonderful rabbit warren of rooms in the main house.

In an area rich with farming, there is a wealth of available produce. If what we want can’t be found there the local network soon provides alternative sources of the exceptional ingredients that go into making our exceedingly good condiments.