Mayo Lovers Unite! Heinz Is Blessing Us All With 2 More Mayo-Based Condiments

If you love mayo, you are going to love Heinz’s new creations

People tend to have a lot of opinions about mayonnaise, and I’m here to tell you all that only one of those opinions is correct: Mayo is delicious. To all the mayo-haters in the world, I just have one question? Do your turkey sandwiches and BLTs feel like sawdust in your mouths? I bet they do. And you know what would help with that? Slathering them with a nice, thick schmear of mayonnaise. I’m getting hungry just thinking about it.

Something else that is also delicious is mixing mayo with other condiments. As anyone who’s ever lived in the Mountain West knows, fry sauce is basically a way of life. You know what makes up the base for fry sauce? That’s right. Mayo. It turns out that mixing mayonnaise with pretty much any condiment makes for a delicious new sauce, and the folks at Heinz are being real bros and saving us a step by pre-mixing these fresh new condiments and bottling them up for us. The result? Mayocue and Mayomust.

Image via Heinz

Yep, they’re exactly what they sound like. Mayocue is mayonnaise mixed up with  barbecue sauce, and Mayomust is a mouth-watering combination of mayo and mustard. We would have called it mustardaise, personally, but the point here is that we need a bottle of this stuff stat, because yum.

Mayo Lovers Unite! Heinz Is Blessing Us All With 2 More Mayo-Based Condiments

Oh, and do you see on the bottle that Heinz is calling them “Saucy sauce?” Not only are they almost certainly delicious, but excuse me while I never refer to a condiment as anything other than “saucy sauce” ever again. Hey, mom, please pass the saucy sauce.

Mayo Lovers Unite! Heinz Is Blessing Us All With 2 More Mayo-Based Condiments

This isn’t the first time Heinz has given us a fresh take on mayo that’s made our very hearts and tastebuds sing. This is the same company that already blessed the condiment aisle with Mayochup, a mouthwatering combination of mayonnaise and ketchup, all in one bottle. It’s genius in its simplicity.

Mayo Lovers Unite! Heinz Is Blessing Us All With 2 More Mayo-Based Condiments

“First with Mayochup sauce and now with Mayocue and Mayomust sauces, we’re taking out the guesswork to give our fans the perfect condiment blends from the start,” Heinz marketing director Nicole Kulwicki said in a press release.

While initial reactions online have been a little mixed, there are at least some people who have the correct opinion and can’t wait to get a taste of these babies. And anyway, we know the people hatin’ on this are only doing it because it’s somehow cool to hate mayonnaise. We see you, deliciousness deniers.

I can’t be the only one excited for this #mayomust #mayocue

— cheesy charlie (@charlieischeese) March 5, 2019

All right, Heinz, I’m listening…. 🧐

— emmymadeinjapan (@emmymadeinjapan) March 5, 2019

This is going to be controversial but I would buy Mayocue in a bottle (provided it comes with a lil chipotle seasoning thrown in there)

— Margaret Grayson (@mgrayson11) March 5, 2019

Mayocue is good as shit you cowards

— Evan (@EvsH72) March 5, 2019

Mayomust is good. Richness of mayo, tanginess of mustard. Examine your mind, man.

— Francisco Rodriguez (@Frogdriguez) March 6, 2019

I literally had mayomust on my chicken tendies for dinner tn

— James Kosmopoulos (@jimbokosmo) March 7, 2019

Some people get it. These condiments are gonna be delicious on burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, chicken tenders, or even just as plain dipping sauces for fries. Anything savory could use some mayo-mixed condiments, whether the mayo-haters like it or not.

The two new sauces should reportedly be hitting store shelves this month, and some reports say they’re already available on Amazon in some regions. That means, for Prime members, you could be slathering this on all the foods as soon as Saturday. Bon appetit!

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