History & Timeline:
The Story begin from the hearth of France “Marseille” for over 270 years...
a little wonder called La Maison Maille.
This is a true stroy which create an amazing flavors that make your meals memorable…
: Antoine-Claude Maille (father), Known as distiller and vinegar-maker,
the inventor of “Vinegar of the Four Thieves” whose antiseptic properties saver from Plague.
: Antoine-Claude Maille’s son, is registered as master vinegar-maker and pays his “union dues”.
: Fondation of La Maison Maille on the rue Saint-André des Arts in Paris and becomes official supplier to the court of Louis XV.
: Marquise de Pompadour, mistress to Louis living in rue St-André des Arts, becomes a loyal customer.
: Antoine-Claude Maille is named official supplier to the courts of Austria and Hungary and opens a main shop on the Versaille Road.
: King Louis XVl allowed Antoine-Claude Maille the license as “ordinary distiller-vinegar-maker”.
: Maille is conced charter as distiller-vinegar-maker to Empress Catherine II of Russia.
: Maille sold his business to his associate André-Arnoult Acloque.
: Maille’s son Robert comes of age and replaces his capital sum payment with a contract of association with M. Alcoque’s son Andre-Gabriel.
: Maille and Alcoque appointed distillers to the King and sole suppliers to the house of King Louis XVIII.
: Maille becomes vinegar-maker to Charles X.
: supplier to the King of England.
: vinegar-maker to King Louis-Philippe.
: The Opening of Maille boutique at Dijon, the home of Dijon mustard.
: Creation of the famous slogan so well-known in France: « Il n’y a que Maille qui m’aille ».
A challenge to translate, it means: « Maille mustard is my mustard ».
: Creation of the first Maille whisky glass. Named “Flamenco”.
: The creation of the trademark Maille jar named “Fleur de Lys” .
: Maille launches its boutique online in France.
: New products are introduced: the smooth Dijon mustard with Chablis "1747", the Modena balsamic vinegar,
aged for three years in oak casks and the irresistible truffle mustard served on tap.
: Maille opens a pop-up boutique in Old Spitalfields Market in London where food-lovers flocked for special tastings.
: La Maison Maille establishes its first boutique outside France on London’s Piccadilly and launches its new boutique for France and the UK.