Silver vs Wood

Those were the days ... in the 18th century in England mustard was served on the tables of the wealthy in silver and with a silver spoon. That was certainly very noble, but not very clever to the taste. Mustard contains sulphur and reacts with silver, a metallic aftertaste was (and still is) the result.

Todaywe avoid plastic, at least where there are no alternatives. And for mustard spoons there definitely is an alternative. Wood!
 
Our mustard spoons are carved from juniper wood. They are not only beautiful to look at but can be used with mustard without hesitation. No chemical reaction takes place and the mustard flavour remains unchanged.
Mustard spoons made from Juniper
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