The only one for us!
As well as a condiment I use it to make salad dressings and various sauces. Delicious mixed with cream for chicken. It goes well with eggs mixed with mayonnaise and particularly good with smoked mackerel. Quite hot but smooth at the same time.
Great. Very hot..
Well worth the price over the cheap Tesco English one. It is very hot so a little goes a long way and a jar lasted me nearly 3 months. Mixes well with mayonaise too, to make Dijon mayo.
Always bought English mustard but, when that was unavailable I though I'd try the French version. Hotter than I imagined and yes smooth mouth taste also cleaner texture. Only downsides for me is the size of the jar. But someone mentioned dressings and stews; so may experiment.. Now if this was available in a tube then I'm sold 100%. John
A celebrated French chef showed me how to make his vinaigrette dressing: Maille Dijon mustard, mix with raw apple cider vinegar and then add cold-pressed extra-virgin olive oil. Don't even think of buying the other 'Dijon' mustards, this is the only one.