Maille

  • Name Maille
  • Country France
  • Founded 1747
  • Category Mustard, Vinegar
  • Distribution Perú, Venezuela

Created in 1747 by Antoine Maille, La Maison Maille stepped into history when the refined recipes first caught the attention of King Louis XV of France, becoming his official supplier of vinegar and mustard. Soon other European Royal Courts, including those of Russia, Prussia, Austria and Hungary, followed suit and granted Maille this significant honor.

Over the centuries, Maille has become the standard for high-quality condiments, continuously putting creativity, tradition, and know-how in the service of culinary excellence.

La Maison Maille has always been the choice of discerning food lovers who consider eating one of life’s great pleasures. The bold coat-of-arms, the black and gold color theme, and the iconic glass and sandstone jars symbolize the loyalty evoked in the signature “Il n’y a que Maille qui m’aille”. Translated as “Only Maille can make me smile”, this famous French advertising slogan is still heard today, more than 80 years after its creation.

With inspired savoir-faire, a quest for perfection and dedication to refinement, Maille has continued to uphold and reinvent traditions by exploring, selecting and combining only the finest ingredients. 265 years of heritage can be experienced by tasting Maille’s products, sold today in more than 80 countries around the world.

Today, La Maison Maille remains the ambassador of French culinary refinement.