A stunning mustard that looks as good as it tastes. The unusual color is courtesy of fruity blackcurrants from Dijon. Slightly sweet and grainy with the kick of Dijon mustard, it's a great addition to vinaigrettes. Try it with red meats and pork, from sandwiches to sauces.
Edmond Fallot is the last family-owned moutarderie in France, independently operated since 1840. Burgundy has a long, storied tradition of making the world's best mustards--and Fallot is at the top of this list, with its flavorful, traditional blends favored by chefs and food-lovers worldwide. All Fallot mustards are made purely and in the classic Burgundy tradition, using freshly ground mustard seeds, verjuice (a blend of vinegar, salt, and water), and the highest quality spices and flavorings.