Our Maine Maple Champagne Mustard

As lifelong mustard fans, both Jonathan and Jim have always experimented with creating new and delicious flavored mustards. As true “Maine-ahs,” the idea for our delicious Maine Maple Champagne Mustard seemed like a natural fit in 1995.

Maine Maple Champagne Mustard Ingredients

Starting with the same ground mustard base as our Roasted Garlic Mustard, we blended the base with the perfect amount of one of Maine’s treasures, pure maple syrup, for a sweet and savory combination that is nothing short of spectacular. After a splash of champagne and a little touch of honey, this mustard’s greatest strength is its nuance. Its harmonious flavor combination flatters a variety of dishes and is sure to bring out the creativity of any mustard aficionado.

We may be biased, but we think it’s the perfect accompaniment for a traditional baked ham or used as a chicken or pork glaze. We also love using mustards in place of mayonnaise in chicken or potato salad, or as a coating on chicken dipped in panko bread crumbs. It’s especially delicious in our Summer Harvest Salad, full of our garden’s bounty – check out the recipe below! Of course, even an ordinary turkey sandwich becomes a wholly memorable occasion with some of this flagship condiment in every bite!

Summer Harvest Salad

  • Servings: 4
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Summer Harvest Salad



  1. Combine corn, tomatoes, zucchini, scallions and avocado in a bowl.
  2. Blend Maine Maple Champagne Mustard, Champagne Shallot Walnut Dressing and dill together in a small bowl.
  3. Pour about 3/4 of the dressing over salad and toss to blend. Add more dressing as needed.
  4. Season with salt and pepper, toss again and serve.

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