Major change in taste of this product recently. Lo
Major change in taste of this product recently. Lost it’s bit and with a very Coconutty flavour. Will be seeking an alternative.
Not made in the same factory.
Still made in Britain, but the last bottle from the old factory had a sell-by date of July 24th 2019. Anything after that was made in a new factory near Norwich. Maybe this is why the quality has changed, and Tesco tries to tell us of its long long history.
Not the same
Was my mustard of choice but very strange taste to it now. It thought it was the bread and put 2 loaves in the bin but it's the mustard. What's changed. Not nice.
Change of ingredients?
I've bought Colman's mustard for 50 years and now it's awful. I don't know what they've done but I've thrown 2 jars away. I actually thought it was the steak that was the problem but no, it's the mustard! Will not buy again because it's tastes so bad.
Weird new taste - ewwwwww
Have bought this for as long as I can remember. Just opened a new jar and suddenly there's a taste and smell that was never there before.... I think it's vaguely perfume-y, my wife thinks coconutty... but whatever, it ruins an otherwise decent mustard. Might be a bad batch, but won't be buying again for a while :(
I have to agree with another customer of yours - i
I have to agree with another customer of yours - it is not what it was like before. Not nearly as hot and definitely different. What a shame.
Poor product of late.
Unfortunately Colman’s mustard is not what it once was. I had hoped that perhaps I had possibly bought a bad batch, but alas, no. A few jars down the line confirms that the consistency is much more watery than it used to be and more importantly it has lost the spiciness it once had. Very poor product now, such a a shame.
Good taste but sometimes can be runny
Colman's has been synonymous with English Mustard ever since I was a kid. However since the takeover of the brand by Unilever the product has varied in quality. The taste is generally as strong and pungent as it ever used to be, which is what I like. However this strength can diminish quickly after the product is opened. The worst problem with Colman's these days is lack of consistency. Sometimes you buy a pot and it's thick all the way to the bottom of the jar, yet other times the mustard is runny and rolls down the side of your plate into your food. Colman's/Unilever really need to sort out this issue and make this classic mustard THICK and STRONG like it used to be, every time!
Hot mustard !
I've tried all types of English mustard, cheaper ones and more expensive. This is the best, nothing comes close.
Colman's is the word for mustard
It seems to me that some people don't realise that Colman's is the word for mustard - there is no other brand.