Edmond Fallot Dijon Mustard
The Fallot family has enjoyed a worldwide reputation for producing exceptional quality mustards since 1840. The mustards are made in Beaune, France, near Dijon, where seeds are selected for their high quality and then ground in a traditional stone mill.
The paste for classic Dijon Mustard is obtained by mixing one-third either black (Brassica Nigra) or brown (Brassica Juncea) mustard seeds with two-thirds verjuice, grape juice harvested in the Burgundy region of France-the finishing touch to this noble mustard. The result is a smooth Dijon mustard with a characteristic bite.
The tart, piquant taste of this classic mustard adds depth of flavor to marinades, sauces and salad dressings, especially a traditional French vinaigrette. It also brightens sandwiches and is an elegant condiment for cold plates and hot buffets.