In 1840, Leon Bouley started his own mustard mill in France. In 1903, he received an award from the City of Paris for his delicious mustard, making his product prestigious. Today, the inheritors of his company maintain the same standards for Edmond Fallot mustard that Bouley started in the 19th century. Since 1840, the distinctive high quality and flavors of Edmond Fallot's specialty Dijon mustards have earned the company high regards. In the town of Beaune in Dijon, France, Fallot still grinds its mustard seeds the traditional way. So flavorful and potent, this is a mustard for true mustard lovers.
- Imported from France
- Its exceptional flavor is due to the traditional grinding of the mustard seeds with silex grindstones
- Flavorful, tangy and potent
- Delicious on omelettes or on chicken
- Use in marinades and dressing