Since 1840, this stone mill now run by Edmond Fallot great grandson and located in the famous Beaune town of Burgundy has earned high regards for its world renowned Dijon mustards. Following the principles and methods established by law in 1634 the company offer some truly remarkable products. Still using antique millstones to grind allow them to avoid overheating the seeds and altering their delicate taste. Mixed with verjus extracted from Burgundy grapes these time-tested recipes pack the true Dijon mustard taste. A real companion for any food lover.
The sieving process is by-passed for this mustard leaving in it the remaining shells of mustard seeds.