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Horseradish Mustard Fallot
An independent, family-owned company since 1840, The Fallot family enjoys a reputation worldwide for the exceptional quality of their products, mainly their range of delicious homemade mustards. The factory, "La Moutarderie Fallot," located in Beaune near Dijon, has been outfitted with state-of-the-art production facilities. However, the company remains committed to its traditional manufacturing processes to retain the flavor and quality they are famous for. The mustard seeds are still stone ground by expert artisan mustard makers. This traditional process preserves the pure flavor, a hallmark of all Fallot mustard varieties. Marc Dasarmanien, the grandson of founder Edmond Fallot, heads this last independent mustard mill in the Burgundy region of France. He is proud to continue the uncompromising production of mustard by selecting and stone-grinding only the highest quality mustard seeds and artfully blending the ground seeds with the highest quality ingredients such as blackcurrants, green peppercorns, green tarragon and so much more! The result is a range of robust and tantalizingly tasty mustard varieties unavailable in any other Dijon-style mustard. The tart, piquant taste of any mustard from the Edmond Fallot range adds depth of flavor to marinades, sauces, and salad dressings and can be paired beautifully with fish, poultry, and meats. It also adds a nice twist when added to traditional French vinaigrette.
This Dijon mustard exudes a distinctively bold flavor profile, with its characteristic spiciness derived from the harmonious fusion of horseradish and Dijon mustard. Its versatility makes it an excellent condiment for enhancing the taste of roast beef sandwiches and potato salads and even as a delectable dip for seafood dishes.
Bought this mustard as "stocking stuffers" for my hubby and son. Both of them enjoy foods that have a little spice or "zing" to it so this mustard was a winner!