A 500-year tradition
Pear mustard was produced as early as the 16th century. Created for the purpose of preserving fruit longer, it has become a gastronomic specialty. Fragrant and spicy, made from quality pears left to macerate properly, glucose syrup, water, sugar and mustard.
Suggestions and pairings
An ideal mustard to pair with cheeses: it best enhances spoonable cheeses, such as gorgonzola, as well as goat's milk cheeses, pecorino, brie and aged cheeses such as Parmigiano Reggiano and Trentingrana. It should be enjoyed in combination with a passito wine. The sweet-spicy flavor makes it a particularly good companion for boiled meats and raw and cooked vegetables. In pastry, it is perfect for a cheesecake.