Bornibus Honey Mustard
This honey mustard from one of France's leading brands is a welcome change from the overly sweet supermarket varieties completely lacking in mustard character. Bornibus Honey Mustard has a touch of sweetness from honey but leans savory overall, with a deep, rich mustard flavor that's mild enough to be universally appealing, even for those who don't like spice—plus, we guarantee you'll love its incredibly smooth texture.
Bornibus Horseradish Mustard
Mustard-lovers will appreciate the nose-clearing pungency of this Horseradish Mustard by historic French brand
Bornibus, which has a clear spice but isn't harsh since it's made with fresh (not powdered) mustard. Less metallic-tasting than jarred horseradish and more complex than most mustards, we like to think of this small-batch condiment as a rich, robust alternative to Dijon mustard with an added spicy accent.
- Net Weight: 250 grams
- Ingredients: Water, mustard seeds, spirit vinegar, horseradish (6%) (contains sulfites), salt, sugar, citric acid, canola oil, spices, potassium disulfite (as preservative)
- Place of Origin: France
Reine De Dijon Whole Grain Mustard
In France's Dijon arrondissement, where—you guessed it—Dijon mustard originated, Reine de Dijon has been making its creamy, aromatic mustards the traditional way since 1840. The company's high-quality Whole Grain Mustard has a wonderful consistency and just enough texture from the plump mustard seeds. We love how the mustard spice is balanced by tangy and sweet notes, with no one flavor overwhelming another.
Reine De Dijon Dijon Mustard
In France's Dijon arrondissement, where—you guessed it—Dijon mustard originated, Reine de Dijon has been making its creamy, aromatic mustards the traditional way since 1840. The company's classic Dijon Mustard is so silky and light on the palate that it almost reminds us of whipped cream, and its flavor is cleaner and earthier than basic yellow mustard because it's made with fresh mustard seeds. A touch of vinegar perfectly balances the pungency with a tangy accent for a balanced, robust version of this classic.
Mutti Tomato Ketchup
Most ketchup is watered-down and overly sweet from corn syrup. Not so with Mutti's product, which has a full tomato taste because it's made from concentrated tomato paste instead of puree. The ketchup also has a wonderful balance of flavors: robust and savory with a touch of spice. We like that Mutti makes this condiment with wine vinegar, which adds dimension and offsets tomatoes' ripe sweetness.
Hotaru Foods Yuzu Mayonnaise
While most mayonnaise is made with vinegar, Hotaru Foods uses 100% yuzu juice as its acid of choice, which adds a bright, citrusy kick and subtle sweetness reminiscent of Kewpie mayonnaise, a Japanese favorite. We especially like to pair it with seafood, which doesn't need its usual squeeze of lemon thanks to the tart yuzu flavor.