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Pommery Mustard 100g Collection

The Mustard of Gourmands

Dubbed the mus¬≠tard of gourmets by the world-renowned gour¬≠mand and epi¬≠cure, Bril¬≠lat-Savarin, Pommery‚Äôs range of award-win¬≠ning mus¬≠tards deliv¬≠ers an excep¬≠tion¬≠al tex¬≠ture and rich, dis¬≠tinct¬≠ly nut¬≠ty flavour that leaves you eager for more.

TAST­ING NOTES FROM THE CURATOR

An all-nat¬≠ur¬≠al mus¬≠tard that con¬≠tains only water, mus¬≠tard seeds, spices and vine¬≠gar, Pom¬≠mery Moutardes offers a rich, thick and grainy tex¬≠ture against waves of vine¬≠gary and mus¬≠tard fla¬≠vor that makes it a sta¬≠ple in the pantry for any food prepa¬≠ra¬≠tion or recipe. Choose from six dif¬≠fer¬≠ent vari¬≠ants of this gourmet mus¬≠tard that best suit your taste.

  1. Pom¬≠mery Espelette Pep¬≠per Mus¬≠tard: A cov¬≠et¬≠ed spicy, red pep¬≠per from the Basque region of France, Piment d‚ÄôEspelette evokes a sub¬≠tle heat and fruiti¬≠ness in this mus¬≠tard in grain. This mus¬≠tard is mar¬≠velous when used in a mari¬≠nade or a fin¬≠ish¬≠ing sauce for roast¬≠ed salmon or meats.
  2. Pom¬≠mery Figs Mus¬≠tard: A whole grain mus¬≠tard flavoured with real figs. This fruity mus¬≠tard with a lac¬≠ing of sweet¬≠ness is great served with foie gras and toast¬≠ed baguette, sal¬≠ad dress¬≠ings or sandwiches.
  3. Pom¬≠mery Dijon Mus¬≠tard: Pre¬≠pared in the best tra¬≠di¬≠tion of ‚Äč‚ÄúMoutardes de Dijon‚ÄĚ, this clas¬≠sic French mus¬≠tard is intense¬≠ly flavour¬≠ful with a sub¬≠tle spicy kick. Pairs well with red meat, sausages and sal¬≠ad dressings.
  4. Pom¬≠mery Herbs Mus¬≠tard: An aro¬≠mat¬≠ic, smooth mus¬≠tard pre¬≠pared with chives, tar¬≠ragon, and pars¬≠ley. This fra¬≠grant mus¬≠tard pre¬≠pared in the tra¬≠di¬≠tion¬≠al Dijon man¬≠ner is a beau¬≠ti¬≠ful accom¬≠pa¬≠ni¬≠ment to herbed chick¬≠en and makes for a sim¬≠ple yet fla¬≠vor¬≠ful sal¬≠ad dress¬≠ing when mixed with hon¬≠ey and Forvm Chardon¬≠nay Vine¬≠gar.
  5. Pom¬≠mery Voat¬≠siper¬≠ifery Pep¬≠per Mus¬≠tard: Made with wild pep¬≠pers that only grows in the Mada¬≠gas¬≠car wild¬≠for¬≠est, this assertive mus¬≠tard is pep¬≠pered with notes of woodsy pine, cit¬≠rusy with a refined black pep¬≠per spice. A flex¬≠i¬≠ble mus¬≠tard that goes well with both savory and sweet dish¬≠es, pair with pork chops or even sweet pretzels
  6. Pom¬≠mery Lemon and Basil Mus¬≠tard: Light¬≠ly acidic, this whole grain mus¬≠tard with cit¬≠rus con¬≠fit and fresh basil holds a sub¬≠tle fruity zest 

PREPA­RA­TION OR PAIRINGS

A per¬≠fect accom¬≠pa¬≠ni¬≠ment to your cheese boards and char¬≠cu¬≠ter¬≠ies, Pommery‚Äôs range of gourmet mus¬≠tards are a gas¬≠tro¬≠nom¬≠ic delight, visu¬≠al¬≠ly stun¬≠ning and con¬≠ve¬≠nient¬≠ly served when used with Pommery‚Äôs Wood¬≠en Spoons 100% made by arti¬≠sanal French craftsmen. 

Delight¬≠ful when paired with a pret¬≠zel, sausages or used to add a zest of flavour to your sal¬≠ad dress¬≠ings. If you love the piquant flavours of mus¬≠tard, try using this in your meat rubs and marinades. 

We rec¬≠om¬≠mend using this mus¬≠tard to ele¬≠vate your next din¬≠ner date menu with pan-seared Ernest Soulard Foie Gras, topped with cashews and a hon¬≠ey mus¬≠tard dressing.

QUAL­I­TY STAN­DARD THROUGH THE CENTURIES

With a tra¬≠di¬≠tion¬≠al recipe unchanged for cen¬≠turies, Pommery‚Äôs award win¬≠ning Mus¬≠tards are dar¬≠lings of all pro¬≠fes¬≠sion¬≠al chefs and kitchens worldwide. 

With a focus on tra¬≠di¬≠tion, qual¬≠i¬≠ty and excel¬≠lence, it is no won¬≠der why Pommery‚Äôs crown jew¬≠el, the Meaux de Moutarde stole the hearts of, first, the peo¬≠ple of the region and then the kings and queens of var¬≠i¬≠ous French courts. As of 1890, oth¬≠er mus¬≠tard man¬≠u¬≠fac¬≠tur¬≠ers in Meaux closed out as Pom¬≠mery Mus¬≠tard became the most sought-after prod¬≠uct in the region. Thanks to its pre¬≠mi¬≠um qual¬≠i¬≠ty, taste, and tex¬≠ture the firm recent¬≠ly received a gold medal award in the 2013 World¬≠wide Mus¬≠tard Competition. 

HOW TO OPEN

You will receive your fresh mus¬≠tard in a nat¬≠ur¬≠al, baked-clay jar and non-com¬≠pressed cork. To open, first break the wax seal on the jar with the back of a knife. Slow¬≠ly and gen¬≠tly insert the knife between the cork and the clay jar and cut all the way around. You may opt to clean away the small pieces of wax stuck to the clay jar before serving. 

Storage Instructions

Keep in a dry dark place. Pack¬≠aged in a beau¬≠ti¬≠ful stoneware jar, Pom¬≠mery Mus¬≠tards have an excep¬≠tion¬≠al shelf-life. Its stoneware pot pre¬≠vents UV light from pass¬≠ing through as does its cork stop¬≠per sealed in wax. You can eas¬≠i¬≠ly keep it for two years in a cool dry place even after open¬≠ing. Refrig¬≠er¬≠a¬≠tion is not nec¬≠es¬≠sary. Cur¬≠rent batch: Best Before Oct 2021 and Dec 2021