La Moutarderie Fallot up until the second World War local Burgundy mustard seed was grown in the clearings where charcoal kilns burned. The leftover ash was rich in potash in which mustard seed thrives. Today rich Burgundy wine is used to infuse this French mustard with delicious red wine. Since 1840 Maison Fallot’s mustard mills have grown even during World War II. Today in the Burgundy town of Beaune, Fallot’s continues the traditional method of slow-grinding mustard seeds on millstones.
Keep this mustard in a cool, dry place and away from direct sunlight and refrigerate after opening.
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- Pairings -Try this in an amazing sandwich with Madrange ham!
Please note that this product is perishable and can only be shipped express to make sure that it arrives in good shape. That means the following:
- all orders are shipped using 2-day shipping to be safe to avoid items freezing / melting in transit (please don’t request slower).
- all orders placed after 9:00 AM Wednesday EST time will ship the following Monday (unless national holidays, strikes, global thermonuclear war, etc.) occur.
- We do use insulated packaging and frozen packs for items that require temperature control. We do not do so for ambient items which are all shipped separately (to help save both the environment and your hard-earned savings).
- Ambient items are shipped separately (see above) and will most likely arrive separately as well. We do not mix ambient and refrigerated orders please don’t ask.
- All random weight orders are cut by hand, please note there can be a slight variance in the exact weight of the item cut versus billed. More often than not it will be more then we bill for but once in a while it can be less. This means that overall your order will usually be more then billed for and that in those few cases where 1 item is slightly under weight we will not issue a credit.
- At this time we only ship within the United States, sorry!