Dayton Comestibles Corn Whiskey Mustard FAQ
What’s in it?
Dayton Comestibles Corn Whiskey Mustard is an artisan whole grain mustard made from a blend of two different kinds of mustard seeds, apple cider vinegar, a top-secret blend of spices, brown sugar, and maple syrup, flavored with small-batch, copper-distilled Old Andy’s #5 Corn Whiskey made in Miami County, Ohio at the Indian Creek Distillery.
What does it taste like?
Like fine spirits, the mustard has multiple layers of flavor, starting (of course) with mustard, but there are also fruity, sweet, smoky recollections of a summer cookout in the Buckeye State. Most people say it doesn’t taste like anything they’ve ever had before.
Where can I get it?
Dayton Comestibles Corn Whiskey Mustard is not yet available commercially. In order to sell our mustard to the public or restaurants, the State of Ohio requires us to produce the mustard in a licensed commercial kitchen and package it in a licensed commercial canning facility. There are also state and federal labeling requirements we have to meet.
As the winner of the 2016 Ohio Signature Food Contest presented by the Center for Innovative Food Technologies and the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, we are getting much of the technical support and know-how we need to get Dayton Comestibles Corn Whiskey Mustard onto store shelves. Join our mailing list (use the form below) and you’ll be among the first to find out when we have our official launch party!
When can I get it?
It takes time for the food safety analysis, nutritional analysis, label approval, and other regulatory requirements. We also need to raise the capital to buy the ingredients and packaging, have labels designed and printed, buy a retail bar code, and so forth. If all goes well, we hope to have our mustard in your hands before the end of 2016.