If you put ”Moutarde de Luxembourg“, or rather ”Lëtzebuerger Moschter” (Luxembourgish mustard) on your dining table, you are adding a piece of Luxembourgish culinary tradition. Since 1922 the “Moutarderie de Luxembourg” has been producing this local specialty and the Munhowen family company currently produces about 270 tons per year.
It comes in 4 varieties: hot, medium hot, medium hot bio and “à l’ancienne” (traditional). The mustard is made from 3 different types of mustard seed with the taste having been developed to complement most Luxembourgish specialties. Have you already acquired a taste for it? You can find “Moutarderie de Luxembourg” products in most grocery stores and supermarkets.