Unilever brand Maille is collaborating with Brooklyn indie brand Mike’s Hot Honey on Maille Hot Honey Dijon, a spicy-sweet mustard that launched on Amazon Dec. 6.
Maille, which has been making Dijon mustard for nearly 275 years, was acquired by the Englewood Cliffs brand in 2000. According to the company, Maille’s recipe dates back to 1747.
Founder of Mike’s Hot Honey Mike Kurtz said that when he tasted the final product of collaboration, he was “completely blown away by the harmony of the two flavors.”
“We’re excited to have contributed to a new product that combines the best aspects of both Maille’s mustard and our hot honey, and to give foodies and fans a new way to enjoy a little sweet heat on their favorite foods,” Kurtz said.
Maille’s Mustard Sommelier Brandon Collins said this was “a natural fit for both brands, given that both Maille Dijon and Mike’s Hot Honey are loved across the country, and even around the world.”
Maille Hot Honey Dijon Mustard with Mike’s Hot Honey will retail between $7.99 and $8.99 and will be sold in a 9.4 oz. squeeze bottle.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]