Firemans Moutarde De Meaux by Pommery
Pommery Moutard Fireman: The association between Meaux, a town just 41 km from Paris, and mustard has been written in the history books. The city is home to a monastery on the banks of the Marne River. Mustard has been part of its history since Charlemagne ordered the monks to start growing mustard seeds.
The land’s natural siliceous rock was perfect to use as millstones, and later helped create hundreds of mills in the area. Then in the 19th century, J.B. Pommery, a mill owner and mustard merchant, acquired the Chanoines’ secret mustard recipe, which was almost lost in the upheavals during the 20th century. While the family is in its fourth generation, it has continued to focus promoting classic mustard and introducing new varieties of recipes.
Les Assaisonements Briards launched a new line of mustards in 2013. With four new flavors to accompany the classic Pommery mustard and Pommery Fireman Dijon mustard, these 100g sized condiments are ideal for gift baskets, parties or samples.
For those who like their mustard hot, the firemen's mustard, made with hot peppers, packs a wallop.
Ingredients: Water, mustard seeds, vinegar, hot pepper concentrate, salt, spices 250g (8.8 oz)