Maille Originale Dijon Mustard. Reviews
Description:Manufacturer: Maille / Type: Condiments / Maille was lauded as the greatest mustard and vinegar-maker of all time and became Vinegar-maker and distiller to their Imperial Majesties of Austria and Hungary in 1760, then to the King of France in 1769, before ... more
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Customer Maille Originale Dijon Mustard. Reviews (2)
by - written on 24/05/10 (Very useful, 79 readings)
French excellence I guess that few people have a liking for Mustard, regardless of what brand - Not something I eat everyday, but is a great condiment to Cheese, or Snails if you are Gallic! Some important history: This Originale has great historical value and sentiment, that Antoine Maille, discovered that the source of vinegar could be used as a preserve and medicinal property to heal open wounds that then led to the invention of Mustard, he spent considerable years from 1720 in the French revolution years to his death in 1765, enjoying the liberal freedom of free commerce, that ordinary commoners as they were labeled back then, were ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Maille Dijon mustard is a premium-type brand that's widely available in supermarkets - a 215g bottle currently costs £1.17 at Tesco, for example. Actually, this turns out to be a very reasonable price, especially since it is such a good product - and the 215g the jar is about the size of a small jam jar so it's quite a bit bigger than for example, the dinky little pots that eg. Colman's English mustard is sold in. It's a strong-flavoured mustard with a salty, slightly sour / vinegary taste, and though it doesn't have the hot harshness of an English mustard, it still has quite a kick - I find it has an eye-watering aroma quite similar to that of Japanese ... Read the complete review
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