Lowensenf Mustard. Löwensenf one of the best known German brands of mustard. For over 100 years is probably the strongest symbol of the Rhine metropolis of tradition, innovation, quality and expertise mustard. This was recognized by the award “Brand of the Century” in the year of 2010. The most popular product is the classic Löwensenf Extra, the absolute leader among the sharp mustards in Germany. The brand family has even gained many more members over the years: among other things, the medium hot Löwensenf Mild original mustard oil, the mildly spicy Löwensenf medium and spicy-sweet Löwensenf Sweet. Moreover, the company is constantly developing innovative new products – for example the Löwensenf Delicatessen sauces for grilling and dipping. Hobby cooks appreciate products like premium mustards for cooking and refining or Löwensenf rolls filling, the first convenience product ever in mustard field. Since 2001, the Löwensenf GmbH is an independent subsidiary of Develey Senf & Feinkost GmbH. With its own production facilities and more than 50 employees to live above all the tradition next to all innovation. So is the Löwensenf Museum in the Old Town of Dusseldorf. Mustard lovers know: Löwensenf is synonymous with mustard highest quality and meets the highest demands. The decades of experience of the traditional company, the careful selection of mustard seeds from the best growing regions and the Löwensenf Reinheitsgebot contribute to the high quality. Moreover Löwensenf – as the historical advertising displays – a mustard with tradition and character: Its unmistakable taste is most popular with mustard connoisseurs, and the variety of the range and again creating a new mustard experience. The original coat of arms of the city of Dusseldorf was an anchor, to point out the connection to the Rhine in the Middle Ages. 1555 first appeared the representation of the armature in the paws of the Lions’ on because Dusseldorf had become the capital of the Duchy of Berg. Centuries later, the success story of Löwensenf which is inseparable from the German mustard metropolis began. So the lion was based on the coat of arms to the trademark.
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