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– October 30, 2014
Solid dijon mustard at a great price! I wish it came in a squeeze bottle b/c things can get a bit gross as you get down to the bottom, but compared to the $5 grey poupon at the grocery store, I’ll take this any day! I believe it’s under $2.
– March 2, 2015
Very goof Dijon mustard at a great price. I am picky about my condiments. I find the heat of this mustard to be between Grey Poupon (which can be a little harsh) and the Maille Dijon (which I will admit it my favorite) which is milder, but still retains the great Dijon flavor.
TJ’s Dijon is excellent and much cheaper than the afore-mentioned mustards – so I am happy to buy and use it!
– February 14, 2017
I had to throw it away. It was like eating wasabi straight up. Maybe it was a certain batch but I haven’t bought it again
– March 25, 2017
I agree with the wasabi comment — it had a very strong horseradish taste. I had to throw away the jar.
– June 30, 2017
This mustard was so strong that it gave me a stomach problem after eating it just once.
Like wasabi strength times ten and I Have had stomach issue for a week.
– August 21, 2017
Short of going to France, this is the best Dijon mustard out there, easily found and at $1.69 a jar, get two!!.
– December 26, 2020
WoW there must have been a bad batch. I love this mustard and have for many many years .
It is rich and mild and goes great with German sausages. I especially like it with Weisswurst
or Boudin Blanc
– December 30, 2020
If you put this mustard straight in your mouth, uncombined with any food… or if you plaster it heavily on stuff like it’s store brand salad mustard as used by trailer trash… then you’re an abject imm-bow-sile who’ll get what you deserve, which is your brains blown out all over the ceiling. If, on the other hand, you DO have a brain and use it with a light touch on foods it complements, you’ll see it’s divine, one of the best mustards you’ve ever had. It’s an excellent counterpoint for fatty foods and flavors.
– January 1, 2021
– January 31, 2021
Excellent product! Actually French; not a watered down product made in a North American factory “somewhere “.
– February 23, 2021
agree that it has VERY strong horse radish taste and EXTRA spicy…that is not listed on the ingredients. I like horse radish, but this was over the top.
– April 4, 2021
Opened this up to try it on crackers, and the taste just about blew my nostrils out. Did not see horseradish listed as an ingredient, but it sure is in there! In the trash it goes. BTW, who is taste-testing this at TG’s kitchen?
– April 7, 2021
This is a good dijon mustard, but I’ve been disappointed by the variability in heat from batch to batch. The first few I purchased were hot but not overwhelmingly so, I had maybe 1-2 that were extremely hot, then the last few I bought have no discernible heat whatsoever. I don’t know if this is variability is normal for dijon mustards, but if it continues I may have to find another brand.
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