Dijon Mustard Fine and Strong. Mustard par excellence, the most classic. It brings all the finesse of a good mustard, with a real spice!
Ingredients Water, MUSTARD seeds, alcohol vinegar, salt, acidifier: citric acid, preservative: E224 (SULFITES)
Product of France.
Jul 18th 2017
Superb mustard, difficult to find especially in this larger size, but Le Panier Francais always does.
Mar 30th 2017
There are countless gourmet French mustards available. On each trip to France we would bring something new home and then let it set partially used because it wasn't what we were looking for - smooth, with a bit of heat or "kick." We started asking at each restaurant we ate at what mustard they used, and nine time out of ten the answer came back, Amora.", even at high end places. We were amazed to find that it was inexpensive - a fraction of the gourmet brands. The taste was exactly what we were looking for, and it has been our "go to" mustard ever since. I dip my frites in it for a great taste combination. We now augment the stash we bring back on each trip from Panier - great service and fair prices. Give it a try - you won't be disappointed
Jan 13th 2017
The mustard my husband grew up with, and now the whole family's default condiment!
Nov 9th 2016
Excellent for use in salad dressings as well as for ham, saucisson, saucisse, sandwiches etc.
Aug 22nd 2016
Excellent mustard for a very good price!
Jun 20th 2016
I am French and the only mustard that has a kick to it and is "hot" IS Amora mustard. Forget about Grey Poupon or any other french mustards, they are just too sweet.
Apr 30th 2016
Amora is, as usual, the best mustard from France.
Feb 18th 2016
I am from France and i will not use anything but moutarde amora de Dijon
Jan 12th 2016
Excellent mustard that serves a different set of purposes than American yellow mustard; yes, it is better and distinctly better quality, but mostly it it succeeds triumphantly in the recipes/uses where yellow mustard will simply fail. Everyone who has tried this at our house has fallen for it, buys it, and one man even gave it as Christmas stocking stuffers to his family. If you haven't tried it, you probably should. Does put other Dijon mustards to shame.