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mojitom Feb 19, 2012 01:35 PM

Looking for Clovis brand mustard in Vancovuer, the herbes de provence in particular.

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    Georgia Strait Feb 22, 2012 11:55 AM

    while i am not exactly sure what you are specifically looking for - curiousity prompted me to google and there is an importer that mentions word "clovis" on their website - i have never dealt with this company - but might be worth calling them (they're in vanc on Pandora St --- so says website -- 604 253 3115 )
    http://www.continentalimporters.ca/ke...

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      mojitom Feb 22, 2012 12:05 PM

      Thank you very much, Georgia Straight. I have been doing some research of my own and also came across Continental Importers. I was also able to zero in on a retail location for this product - Bosa foods on Kootenay, which is likely where I purchsed the first jar. I picked up 7 jars yesterday to enjoy and share with my friends - check it out!

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        Georgia Strait Feb 22, 2012 01:23 PM

        i've always meant to go to Bosa - i drive by on the freeway often but not sure exactly how to find it down on street level ... this is possible topic for another thread - but what items at Bosa are "must buy"?

        what is it you particularly like about Clovis?

        also - there used to be a really good mustard (beer, wine, apricot come to mind) made in Naramata - various flavours - they used to sell at the general store and at the farmer market in Naramata - but i haven't seen it lately - i think they went out of business, not sure why.

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          mojitom Feb 22, 2012 02:16 PM

          Head south on Boundary from Hastings and hang a right one block north of E 1st Ave, on Gravely Street. It winds around to Kooteney. Or, turn left just north of 1st Ave if you are travelling N on Boundary.
          This mustard is tangy and flavourful. It tastes just great even when eaten alone on toasted rye bread, or with any food at all. It's not a spicy mustard, just a great flavour sensation.
          Bosa has a wonderful selection of olive oils, fresh pastas, condiments, gourmet spreads, and lots of cheeses. And of course all the sausages. Cookies too. Go crazy.

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            moltmonster Feb 23, 2012 10:08 AM

            Buy the truffle honey at Bosa's. Fantastic on good parmigiano.

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