Same great mustard, brand new label design!
We have always wanted to carry a French mustard made with truffles. We thought of importing such a mustard except the 100% import tax made the price seem ridiculous. It is good, but is it $35 good? Yes. We love truffles! But why not avoid the 100% import tax, make our own and save everyone some of their hard earned money. So we did make our own in the classic French tradition. This is a traditional, silky Dijon mustard.
2009 Napa Valley Mustard Festival Grand Champion!
- Put it on a roast beef sandwich.
- Incorporate it into gourmet deviled eggs.
- Coat a leg of lamb or lamb chops, and grill.
- Create a vinaigrette and toss with warm boiled potatoes for a truffly twist to hot potato salad.
- Add it to Beef Carpaccio.
- Mix it with horseradish and serve with Prime Rib.
- Dip your pretzels in it!
- Slather it on hot dogs and sausages.
- Spread it on your gourmet burger.
Ingredients: water, mustard seed, white wine vinegar, sea salt, black truffle bits, porcini powder, truffle aroma (sunflower oil, natural flavor), citric acid.
Best by: 20Oct2017. Mustard doesn't really go bad, or expire, but all food now adays, even SALT, has a "best by" date
6 ounce glass jar