Trader Joe’s Dijon Mustard With White Wine Reviews

(27 customer reviews)

27 reviews for Trader Joe’s Dijon Mustard With White Wine Reviews

  1. Didi H

    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.

  2. Mary Jane

    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!

  3. Carol

    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

  4. Jen

    I agree with the wasabi comment — it had a very strong horseradish taste. I had to throw away the jar.

  5. Reg

    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.

  6. Chris

    Short of going to France, this is the best Dijon mustard out there, easily found and at $1.69 a jar, get two!!.

  7. Glen Marks

    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

  8. Jimbo Johansson

    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.

  9. Joanna

    Love it

  10. Michael Barnard

    Excellent product! Actually French; not a watered down product made in a North American factory “somewhere “.

  11. debie gunter

    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.

  12. G.D.

    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?

  13. Art V.

    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.

  14. davis

    real dijon from Dijon – the one star reviews should be removed because they are downgrading the mustard for being the way it should be – this mustard is the real deal and great

  15. Andy

    If there was horseradish in this you would see it listed on the label. What you’re tasting is high quality French mustard seeds and white wine. This is responsible for the nasal discomfort some of you are experiencing from over indulging. This is hands down the best mustard I’ve ever bought. I’d put it up against any $10 jar from artisan markets.

  16. SG

    agreed, must be a bad batch. I’ve had a few in the past and they were all fine until this one I just bought – completely wasabi strong level and my nostrils were on fire

  17. DE

    I love mustard but this batch fucking blows. I’m dying. Give me my money back Trader Joe you dillweed I know you snuck freaking horseradish in this. Is this your idea of a prank, you lard.

  18. DE

    I love mustard but this batch blows. I’m dying. Give me my money back Trader Joe you dillweed I know you snuck freaking horseradish in this. Is this your idea of a prank, you lard.

  19. Jon

    Hands down the best Dijon mustard. A little goes a long way. Will even make a special trip just to pick some up if we’re out of it.

  20. Robin

    I gave it two stars because when it’s good, it’s very good but sometimes the batch is just over-kill horseradish. I like a good Dijon mustard and about every three times buying TJs i get one good one, I won’t buy it again. I’ll stick with a brand that is consistent and save money that way.

  21. Charlie

    I bought this based on the one star reviews complaining that it was too hot. I love hot mustard like Colemans and this is absolutely an excellent Mustard, nice and hot and I don’t pick up any horseradish flavor.

  22. Daria

    It is hot and I love it. When added to a dressing it’s not too hot.

  23. Haley

    I have LOVE, LOVE, LOVED this mustard for years and know several others who have as well. I loved the sophisticated and balanced taste — but NOW, HOWEVER, the recipe has changed. It seems to insult my taste buds and everyone’s in my family. I just opened a BB 02/03/2023 from the back of the pantry, and it is the good blend. BB 11/25/2023 is awfully Strong, and I have a 10/01/2023 that I’ll open in a week or so, to see which one it is. I’m so disappointed! Please TJ’s, bring back the other mustard and let everyone know, so they can feel safe in buying it again!

  24. Carole

    I used to love this mustard! Since they changed the recipe all you taste is heat and spoils my recipes that call for dijon mustard. Going back to Grey Poupon. If I want wasabi I will buy wasabi.

  25. Anne

    Who tf was doing the tasting on this? I love horseradish, but this shit is nigh-inedible. Trader Joe’s seems to drop the ball on all condiments.

    Trader Joe’s could learn from Spider’s Georg.

  26. Mary T.

    I can’t write a review without giving it a star?! My husband used a very small amount, swallowed and started retching immediately, it was so hot. I was afraid he would need to go to the ER. It is a product that needs to be pulled from shelves until you correct what is wrong.

  27. Eric C.

    Reading all these comments and I realize people have no idea what dijon mustard is supposed to taste like. This is a classic “extra-forte” dijon in the mold of France’s most popular mustard, Amora. Since it’s nigh impossible to find Amora in this country, I will continue to purchase this brand.

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