Mike Filigenzi wrote:We buy it locally at Taylor's Market. It is more assertive than Grey Poupon, which I like.
Taze Rowe wrote:I bought some in Beane this spring, although I am not sure why, as it is widely available in New York. To me, versus most, i is primarily a very hot mustard. Depending on your tastes, that could be a good or bad thing.
Ted Richards wrote:Mike Filigenzi wrote:We buy it locally at Taylor's Market. It is more assertive than Grey Poupon, which I like.
I've tried the Fallot against the French Grey Poupon, which is what we get in Canada, and the Grey Poupon is definitely more assertive (and I prefer the taste). The American Grey Poupon is made by a different company. If you're near the Canadian border, try the French version.
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