Only Colman's expertise in mustard milling can deliver that famous mustard "kick" To enjoy Colman's in true British style pair with roasts sausage cold meats or liven up your sandwich's and dips Hot and hearty - that's the Colman's English Mustard sensation! Just add cold water to make a classic English condiment A pinch or two of dry mustard is perfect for perking up a vinaigrette dressing Colman's Mustard has been the favoured mustard of both the Royal Family and the British nation since 1814 To enjoy Colman's in true British style pair with roasts, sausage, cold meats, or liven up your sandwichs and dips Product of Great Britain Colman’s history dates back to 1814, a time when King George III was on the throne and Wellington was preparing to defeat Napoleon at Waterloo. Auspicious times…but enough European history already! The most important fact to remember about 1814 was that Jeremiah Colman took over a mustard manufacturing business and mustard in England was never to be the same again. With the zesty blend of high-quality brown mustard seeds (Brassica Juncea) and white mustard seeds (Sinapis Alba) grown and harvested locally around Norwich, Colman’s transcended to be much more than a condiment – it was a bold and spicy staple that captured the hearts and taste buds of a country. For nearly 200 years we have delivered the finest quality, gourmet spicy mustard, from farm to table, with a fresh and fiery kick that speaks to our time-honored process of mustard making.
Ummmm-good. Colman's Mustard Powder seems a cut above most others, and lends that distinctive mustard flavor that a quality mustard powder should.Classic Yellow Mustard RecipeINGREDIENTS:4 Tbsp mustard powder¼ cup water3 Tbsp white distilled vinegar½ tsp flour¼ tsp ⅛ tsp salt⅛ tsp turmericpinch garlic powderpinch paprikaDIRECTIONS:Combine all ingredients in small saucepan over medium heat, and whisk until smooth. When mixture comes to boil, reduce heat and..