AMG Welcomes Raye's Mustard

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AMG Welcomes Raye's Mustard

[i]Editor's Note: Thank you for visiting the Raye's Mustard web site and for considering Raye's Mustard for yourself and as a great gift. I first heard of Raye's Mustard from an AMGer! Claudia and I visited Raye's Mustard in Eastport a few months ago. What a great place. It is very much a step back in time where you can watch "America's last remaining traditional stone-ground mustard mill" producing delicious, award winning, Maine mustard. That first visit we bought four jars of Raye's Mustard: [url=]Winter Garden[/url], Lemon Pepper, [url=]Spicy Horseradish[/url], and [url=]Jamerson Tavern Style[/url]. All excellent! We've been fans ever since.[/i]


[i]Raye's Mustard Mill & Museum[/i]

Dear AMG Readers:

Raye's Mustard, one of Down East Maine's oldest small family businesses, is pleased to be a new advertiser on As Maine Goes. We invite you to visit our website to learn more about a 108-year old Maine tradition that we are proud to carry on as the 4th generation of the Raye family to own and operate Raye's Mustard Mill.

Our historic Eastport mill is a working museum, and the Nation's only remaining traditional stone ground mustard mill. The authentic cold-grind process we use to make mustard preserves the taste qualities of the natural seeds and spices and results in a uniquely flavorful product. 

That is why Raye's Mustards have won over 40 prestigious national and international awards in the past decade. We are especially proud that Raye's Down East Schooner Mustard (our signature flavor) once again won the Gold medal in the Classic American Yellow category at the 2008 Napa Valley World-Wide Mustard Competition - the 8th time in the past 10 years that we have earned this honor.   

So this Christmas, show those on your shopping list that they "cut the mustard". Give them a taste of Maine that will please the most discriminating palate!

All the best,

Karen & Kevin Raye
4th Generation Proprietors
Raye's Mustard Mill