Bronzeville Buzz Honey Mustard

Walnut Way is a nonprofit organization that aims to “sustain an economically diverse and neighborly community through civic engagement, environmental stewardship and economic enterprise.” Residents on 17th and North Ave in Milwaukee, Wisconsin transformed vacant lots into productive gardens and fruit orchards. Peach trees are pollinated by resident bees. An on-site, urban apiary produces the delicious honey featured in our honey mustard. Yellow mustard seeds marinate in apple cider vinegar before being blended with honey and a bit of mustard powder for a slight sting to the palate and a touch of sugar to sweeten the deal. Honey mustard is a handsome highlight to homemade salad dressing.

Tomah Tang Cranberry Mustard

Habelman Brothers Cranberries of Tomah, Wisconsin celebrates 106 years and four generations in the business and boasts being the world’s largest cranberry grower. Our cranberry mustard starts with yellow mustard seeds soaked in a bath of red wine vinegar and blended with cranberries and a bit of sugar to tame the tart taste of the cranberries. Mustard powder provides a subtle nudge to the tastebuds while allspice adds to the depth of flavor. Cranberry mustard is a terrific topping on a turkey or tofurkey sandwich.

Spicy Stout Beer Mustard

Milwaukee Brewing Company maintains the city’s proud tradition of brewing high quality beer. “Polish Moon” Milk Stout pays homage to the landmark four faced clock in Walker’s Point that overlooks a neighborhood once settled by Polish immigrants. A blend of brown and yellow mustard seeds are bathed in a bold bottle of “Polish Moon” beer and red wine vinegar. After the seeds quench their thirst, they are blended and seasoned with allspice, black pepper, cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg. Beer mustard is the perfect complement to another Milwaukee classic – the brat.

Whiskonsin Whiskey Mustard

Great Lakes Distillery is the first distillery in Wisconsin since Prohibition. Their “Kinnickinnic Whiskey” won the distinction of “Best American Blended Whisky” at the 2013 World Whisky Awards. The Kinnickinnic River runs through Milwaukee and flows into Lake Michigan. Kinnickinnic is an Ojibwe word that means “what is mixed.” Brown and yellow mustard seeds are steeped in a spirited cocktail of Kinnickinnic Whiskey and apple cider vinegar before they are mixed with a perfect combination of cayenne pepper, honey, nutmeg, mustard powder and salt. Whiskey mustard pairs especially well with pork entrees.