Since 1840, this high-quality mustard has been embraced by lovers of fine food and fans of quality mustards. Still using techniques such as stone grinding to enhance the flavor of the mustard seeds, the Edmond Fallot legacy lives on with exceptional mustards and innovative new flavor twists. For recipes involving seafood, try substituting Tarragon Dijon Mustard for traditional mustard flavors. Or try this recipe suggestion: after making lamb chops, reduce the leftover juices with some wine, then mix in yogurt and Tarragon Dijon Mustard to create a delicious glaze.
7.4 oz. • $7