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Sir Kensington's Dijon Mustard

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Sir Kensington's Dijon Mustard
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  • by Sir Kensingtons
  • United States

Sir Kensington’s makes their traditional Dijon Mustard using real Chablis white wine. The wine gives the rich, earthy condiment a bright tang and slight vinegar flavor, making it a great addition to sandwiches and burgers. The undertones of horseradish in the mustard pairs well with bold, gamey cheese and charcuterie--try spreading it on a fresh roll with a few slices of Murray’s 1 Year Manchego and Creminelli Wild Boar Salami.

“I always feel a little bit fancy when I use this mustard because it's not made with just any 'white wine' but with real Chablis. I eat it spread on a slice of sour dough bread that I top with turkey and sliced Raclette then toast in my toaster oven until the cheese bubbles.”
Murray’s Wholesale Team – New York, NY
Water, Mustard Seed, Distilled Vinegar, Salt, Fair Trade Organic Cane Sugar, Chablis Wine
  • Sir Kensington’s line of condiments are all non-GMO, gluten free, and without any artificial ingredients or preservatives.
  • Their Dijon Mustard is made with real Chablis wine, a white wine from France that adds a depth of flavor to the mustard.
  • Dijon Mustard is named for Dijon, France, where Jean Naigeon first substituted verjus (an unripe grape juice used in mustard-making) for vinegar in 1856.
  • The vinegar used in Dijon gives it a distinctly tangy flavor.
  • Sir Kensington's is more than a condiment company. It's a certified B Corporation, meeting high standards of social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability.
  • A portion of the company’s revenue and a percentage of employees’ time go to nonprofits and social enterprises that use food to create economic opportunity.
  • Sir Kensington’s carefully chooses ingredients for their signature condiments, from eggs that are Certified Humane Free Range to sweeteners that are certified Fair Trade USA or Fair for Life. 

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