Enriched with apples and white wine vineger, Kremser senf is a sweeter Austrian mustard.
Lower Austria is well known for its wonderful vineyards and fantastic wine. Some 500 years ago, excesses of the production of white wine was used to make mustard. So was born, the Kremser mustard - named after the town situated by the Danube river between Linz and Vienna. With a slightly sweeter taste, this goes wonderfully well with all types of sausages.
This version is seen as the original. Choose this if you want a sweeter spiced mustard that compliments salty and meaty flavours in sausages and other dishes.
Ingredients: water, mustard seed, sugar, white wine vinegar, spirit vinegar, salt, spices.
Shake before use. Store in a cool, dry place. Made without preservatives. For best before, see the seam of the tube or the print on the side of the tube
|Average nutritional values per 100 g|
|Energy 704 kJ (168 kcal)|
|Fat 6,7 g|
|of which saturates 0,4 g|
|Carbohydrates 17 g|
|of which sugars 17 g|
|Protein 5,8 g|
|Salt 1,1 g|