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Jan 26, 2010 11:44 AM

ISO Edmond Fallot DIJON MUSTARD (Same Mustard from Bouchon)

Where I can find Edmond Fallot Dijon Mustard? I know Bouchon uses it as their house mustard, but I do not believe they sell it.

I know for a fact that Whole Foods and Surfas do not carry it. I have seen it at Bristol Farms for $4.69, which seems fairly steep to me for a little jar of mustard. Anyone have a good, cheap source? Also interested in their Dijon mustard with green peppercorns, if anyone has a source for that one too!

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  1. Did you ask them if they know of an in town source? Just in case you come up dry here is a list of places online that feature gourmet condiments:

    1. $4.69 is not particularly expensive for an imported specialty mustard these days. Schreiner's, the German butcher/deli in Montrose, wants seven or eight dollars for their imported mustards, almost certainly due to the dollar vs. Euro difference.

      1. Epicure Imports is having their sale next month. They have a delicious green peppercorn dijon mustard that I introduced to my husband (and he loved it!). Their regular dijon is not as spicy as Bouchon's.

        1. Fallot is not a rare or exotic mustard. Over the years I've spotted it at Cost Plus, Vons, Hows, Ralphs, and so on. (IOW, it's widely available, so call around.)

          A quick look at Internet pricing suggests that $4.69 is a pretty good price... so on your bike and off to Bristol Farms you go!

          1. $4.69 is nothing to pay for good mustard.

            Heck, a little 9 oz bottle of domestic Raye's mustard is $4.25. The mustard fiend that I am, I usually buy it in the gallon sizes, which runs me about $25 before S&H.