Smoky Chipotle Honey Mustard

(2 customer reviews)


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Our SMOKY CHIPOTLE HONEY MUSTARD is perfect for all burgers. We love the smoky heat our CHIPOTLE HONEY provides to this recipe, all those beautiful BBQ notes that work so well with grilled vegetables and proteins. We use our TEQUILA LIME VINEGAR in this mustard recipe to introduce a bright citrus note in the midst of the heat. Beyond burgers, add some zip to your deviled eggs or egg salad, and seriously enhance your taco salad. Flavor like this keeps summer in your kitchen year long.

Check out our CHIPOTLE HONEY here. To make a mustard vinaigrette simply add our TEQUILA LIME VINEGAR.

Flavor: Sweet, Heat, Southwest

Aroma: Barbeque, Smoky

Primary Use: Chicken Wings

Oil/Vinegar Pairing: Cayenne Pepper Olive Oil + Sundried Tomato Vinegar

Additional Culinary Uses:  Grilled Sausage, Pan Seared Scallops, Baby Back Ribs, and Stuffed Peppers

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 2 × 2 × 5 in

2 reviews for Smoky Chipotle Honey Mustard

  1. Mike & Donna, Saginaw, Michigan

    I don’t care much for Mustard. Only have it on Hot Dogs mixed with Ketchup & Onions. I do like Honey Mustard on different food things. BBQ, grilled this and that. I’ve tried many, many kinds, Big Brands, Specialty Brands, Local Brands, etc. The best are just: OK to Not Bad. Recently, on a whim, We visited a local tourist trap that we avoid ’cause it’s always too crowded for us. We stopped into this little shop that had Honeys and Vinegar’s and Teas, to see if they had some Buckwheat Honey, they did. I don’t even remember the name of the shop. I tried some of this “Smoky Chipotle Honey Mustard”. OMG! “Honey, come taste this!” “I’m getting a jar of this!” “I want to try this on those sausages you have in the Fridge”. It is a bit spicy, but the wife can tolerate it. I Love it!! Ladies and Gentlemen, We Have A Winner!

  2. Mike & Donna from Saginaw

    I’ve tried lots of different Honey-Mustard sauces, marinades, rubs, etc. This is the one that does the trick for me.
    The more things that I try it on, the more I use it. It wasn’t very good on fish though. I even thinned it down with their Lemon Olive oil and tried it on salad. Not too bad at all. For me, it has just the right “Spicy-Hot”, zip/zing. The “Big Brands” “Can’t Touch Dis” !!!

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