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A Staple in the French Royal Table

With a recipe that remains unchanged since 1632, Pommery‚Äôs range of award-win¬≠ning mus¬≠tards have graced not only the pro¬≠fes¬≠sion¬≠al kitchens of the world‚Äôs top restau¬≠rants, but the tables of French kings and queens for cen¬≠turies. The mus¬≠tard of gour¬≠mands, Pom¬≠mery Mus¬≠tards are the finest of all whole-grained mus¬≠tards, all nat¬≠ur¬≠al and dis¬≠tinct¬≠ly vine¬≠gary and rich in flavour.

TAST­ING NOTES FROM THE CURATOR

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.

  1. Pom¬≠mery Moutarde de Meaux: The crown jew¬≠el of mus¬≠tards, loved by French kings and queens since 1632. This mus¬≠tard offers a robust grain with a bal¬≠anced, slight¬≠ly nut¬≠ty flavour. A dar¬≠ling of pro¬≠fes¬≠sion¬≠al chefs and kitchens, this ver¬≠sa¬≠tile mus¬≠tard is per¬≠fect for your char¬≠cu¬≠terie, dips and sauces.

  2. Pom¬≠mery Mus¬≠tard Royale with Cognac: A heav¬≠en¬≠ly com¬≠bi¬≠na¬≠tion of medi¬≠um-grained mus¬≠tard and lux¬≠u¬≠ri¬≠ous cognac, the dis¬≠tinct flavour of its spices cou¬≠pled with the per¬≠fume of cognac cre¬≠ates for a beau¬≠ti¬≠ful pair with roast¬≠ed meats and sandwiches.

  3. Pom¬≠mery Gin¬≠ger¬≠bread Mus¬≠tard: A majes¬≠tic mar¬≠riage of Dijon City‚Äôs 2 spe¬≠cial¬≠ties, gin¬≠ger¬≠bread and mus¬≠tard. Made with real gin¬≠ger¬≠bread, this mus¬≠tard in grain is hot, sweet with a sub¬≠tle hint of earthy spices. Per¬≠fect when paired with white meats such as chick¬≠en or turkey. 

  4. Pom¬≠mery Moutarde du Lion: Direct¬≠ly trans¬≠lat¬≠ed as ‚Äč‚ÄúLion Mus¬≠tard‚ÄĚ, this fine-grained mus¬≠tard is intense and piquiant, with a tongue-tin¬≠gling flavour as strong as the king of the jun¬≠gle. This mus¬≠tard brings a pow¬≠er¬≠ful kick paired with grilled meats, sausages or sandwiches.

  5. Pom¬≠mery Hon¬≠ey Mus¬≠tard: Thick, dark and syrupy. A whole grain mus¬≠tard with an allur¬≠ing blend of spices and hon¬≠eyed sweet¬≠ness. This mus¬≠tard makes for a gor¬≠geous and sweet glaze over Christ¬≠mas ham or used with vinai¬≠grettes to add a zingy sweet¬≠ness to your salads.

  6. Pom¬≠mery Mus¬≠tard with Green Pep¬≠per¬≠corn: A spell¬≠bind¬≠ing mus¬≠tard burst¬≠ing with pep¬≠pery hot¬≠ness. A fine-grained mus¬≠tard made with crushed green pep¬≠pers of Mada¬≠gas¬≠car, this mus¬≠tard is fra¬≠grant, slight¬≠ly tart, with a spicy kick. Beau¬≠ti¬≠ful as part of your cheese board and charcuterie.

PREPA­RA­TION OR PAIRINGS

Encased in tra¬≠di¬≠tion¬≠al jars, Pom¬≠mery mus¬≠tards are the epit¬≠o¬≠me of French gas¬≠tro¬≠nom¬≠ic ele¬≠gance. Serve this lux¬≠u¬≠ri¬≠ous mus¬≠tard with Pommery‚Äôs Wood¬≠en Spoons 100% made by arti¬≠sanal French crafts¬≠men. A per¬≠fect serve for your char¬≠cu¬≠terie boards and din¬≠ner parties.

Match this French mus¬≠tard with your pret¬≠zel, swiped on top of a but¬≠tered baguette, cheese or grilled bratwurst downed with a glass of ice cold beer.

If you love the con¬≠trast¬≠ing flavours danc¬≠ing on your palate, take a spoon-full of this mus¬≠tard to pair with your plate of meat, such as our Makati Shangri-La Chilled Sher Wagyu Steak or grilled chick¬≠en, for a tan¬≠ta¬≠liz¬≠ing burst of flavour.

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 necessary.