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Raye's Mustard, Eastport

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  • Rayes has been making mustard for a long, long time. Millstones abound, and, if you're there at the right times, you can go on a tour and see how the mustard is ground and turned into wonderfulness. M...  more »
  • After touring the Maine Sea Salt Company, which was really interesting, we decided to check out Raye's Mustard factory. Their product is excellent and worth visiting to stock up on the huge variety of...  more »
  • We stop at Raye's for mustard every time we visit Eastport. Recently viewed the video. Very informative. Well worth seeing. Abby was great telling us what mustards to use for various recipes. I hope s...  more »
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  • If you even slightly like Mustard, you have to go here. The women who run it are the nicest people. great mustard, and local souvenirs.
  • Never ended up going here personally but they sold your mustards at a chocolate museum shop in Maine and upon sampling them, I was instantly in love! Do you have any customers from NY, CT, RI, PA, NJ or Delaware?
  • Great museum and some of the best mustard around. There are samples of all the products and Raye's will ship.
  • Love the mustard. One of the best is the Moxie one -- can't really taste the Moxie but it is delicious.
  • When visiting Eastport, I stuck my head in this small store, and was totally hooked on the assortment of mustards that you could taste with various crackers and pretzels. But the mustards are so much more than for sandwiches and dips. I have used their winter mustard (with dill, celery and other seasonings) as the base for a cream sauce to top corned beef brisket. I have used their coarse ground mustard with cranberries on hot pastrami sandwiches, and in poultry sauces. Their maple horseradish sauce is an outstanding sandwich spread, when combined with sweeter cheese and meats. I could go on and on about these mustards. They don't have the sharp crude vinegary "twang" on the tastebuds, like other mustards. They taste much more refined, and full of flavor. Any cook will adore a set of these mustards. I have no affiliation at all with Raye's. Was just passing through and have mail ordered since then. As a small business owner myself, I truly appreciate it when I see quality. They ship promptly.