HOT Mustard From Norwich
Yes, Coleman’s Mustard appears to have a very prestigious reputation among condiments. The British company has been making their yellow mustard since 1814 so it’s a definite classic. What makes it so unique is the “fiery-hot” taste that translates into approximately 45 jars sold per minute ‘round the globe. Jeremiah Colman earned Queen Victoria’s accolade for his mustard recipe, in 1866, so it’s also known as “The Queen’s Mustard.” A 3.5 oz jar will run $ 3.50 and up so shop for the best price. Also, look for the special seal, too.