It’s not possible to pack more flavor into a mustard jar. Jameson Tavern is sweet, it’s surprising, and it’s got a mustard kick. Named for the birthplace of Maine, where commissioners signed the documents to separate our fair state from Massachusetts. Add it to sandwiches and hamburgers or use it as a dip right out of the jar.
Maine's home-grown classic yellow mustard! Made from seed grown in Maine's very own Aroostook County.
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