Best Dijon Mustard in 2020



Grey Poupon Dijon Mustard (10 oz Bottle) Review:


Grey Poupon Dijon Mustard has been a staple in my kitchen since, well, forever. I always keep one bottle in the frig and a backup in the pantry. A wonderful hearty mustard flavor that has remained consistent throughout the years. The squeeze bottle is very convenient for use on sandwiches, burgers, and hot dogs/sausage dogs. Some people have complained the hole in the top is too large, but I have found it to be just the right size for dispensing this thicker mustard. If it were smaller, I think the mustard would clog up in the hole. Also, every bottle I've purchased has had a tight safety seal.

If I have a recipe that requires Dijon Mustard (such as a Dijon Chicken recipe), I typically purchase a glass jar of Grey Poupon Dijon Mustard and spoon the mustard out for measuring. However, I do not like using the jar for sandwiches and similar food, as I've found the jar of mustard can become cross contaminated with mayo and other fixings when a single knife is used to make a sandwich. (But granted, that is the sandwich fixer's problem and not the mustard's problem!)

A staple in my kitchen and another great Prime Pantry value.



Pommery Meaux Mustard Stone Jar, 17.6-Ounce Review:


I was delighted to find this mustard on Amazon. I originally had it when a friend bought it for me as a gift. I loved the strong tang and flavor. However, local markets didn't carry it and I forgot about it. When searching for a whole grain mustard I came across this. Both my husband and I think it's the best whole grain mustard we've had. It's great on sandwiches, with crackers and cheese, added to home made salad dressings (I use it in cole slaw dressing), etc. My father-in-law used it as a condiment for corned beef I made for St. Patty's Day and said he really liked it as well.

Other reviewers have said that they have trouble removing the lid (It's like a large, thick plug that fits snugly into the crockery container), but we haven't had any trouble removing it. It's not as easy as a screw top lid, but a little pulling and twisting removes it nicely.



Grey Poupon Dijon Mustard (16 oz Jar) Review:


Grocery stores now have shelves of different mustards, but when I was a kid the only choices were “plain yellow” and “Grey Poupon.” I keep a wide variety of mustards on hand now, but this one is still a favorite for sandwiches and even as a dipping sauce for meat and cheese platters. I prefer this glass jar to the squeeze-top packaging; using a knife to dip and spread means no possibility of watery mustard liquid dripping on my perfect sandwich!



Edmond Fallot Dijon Mustard 7.4 Oz (2-Pack) Review:


Five stars because I like the product well enough, but it was not what I thought it was. I put too much faith in the company name, but not enough due diligence when it comes to the small print. I thought I was buying "Moutarde de Dijon Au Vin Blanc" (as I had bought in France), but there is no white wine in this, only vinegar. It never occurred to me to read the ingredients; the jar looked the same, the company was the same. Product wasn't. Searching Amazon, I don't see an Edmond Fallot "Moutarde de Dijon Au Vin Blanc," although several buyers (and the seller!) are saying THIS product contains wine (that's not what the photo of the ingredients says). Perhaps the white wine version is discontinued? I can't say Try this if white wine doesn't matter to you-- you might like it; Edmond Fallot is a great company. Or do like me and keep looking till you find a Dijon mustard that DOES contain white wine. But read the actual label, don't assume or take a buyer's word for it. Label pictured here is from this Amazon product page.



Westbrae Natural Stoneground Mustard, No Salt Added, 8 Ounce Bottle (Pack of 12) Review:


Ordered this when I was being strict with my sodium intake and it has become one of my preferred condiments. You'd think with the removal of added salt that this might lack flavor or kick, but it has a nice flavor similar to honey mustard which I enjoy.

Only personal nitpick I have is that the bottles come in a small size that doesn't lend itself to squeezing out mustard as well as say, French's, and results in a decent amount of mustard having to be scooped out. The lid used on the bottles also pushes out a bigger bead of mustard than I would like, which just makes going through a bottle even quicker if you're someone who likes to use mustard as a dressing for your salads/veggies.

Otherwise, this has become one of my favorite products, but I really wish it was sold in stores and in bigger bottles.
Get on it, Westbrae!



Maille Mustard Variety Pack 7 oz, 4 count Review:


In my house, we eat a lot of mustard. All different types. I use this mustard in my coleslaw, in dressings, dips (great with sweet potato fries). It's very versatile. They stopped carrying it at Publix and ive looked all over for it. Was happy to find it at Amazon. Was even better buying it in bulk, because we use it so often. It tastes great and isn't overpowering. It's my favorite mustard. I like to mix it with apple butter and eat it on a ham sandwich. Simply delicious.



Zatarain's Creole Mustard Squeeze Bottle, 12 oz Review:


I LOVE THIS MUSTARD.

My sister found this first & shared it with me when she bought SEVERAL little bottles. I've reached the end of my bottle & found this squeeze bottle, which is great. It's a thicker spicy mustard that goes great on everything! I use it on sandwiches, hot sausages, hot dogs, pretzels.. even mixed a little in when I made deviled eggs. Love the flavor... my new favorite!



Grey Poupon Country Dijon Mustard (8oz Jar) Review:


Tastes more fresh and has a stronger snap than regular mustard. The seeds add texture, but not too much. If you want smooth mustard texture, this one is not for you. This has a stronger flavor for bland sandwiches and dips. I like this mustard a lot.



Amora Dijon Mustard Review:


If you go to the French version of Target (Auchan), this mustard is one of the cheaper brands and on the bottom shelf. My wife and I chose it because at the time we were in graduate school and money was tight. It was the best mustard I had ever had! Now, nearly 18 years later, we can afford whatever mustard we want and I have tried many kinds and brands of mustard. The one that is consistently still my favorite is Amora.
The vendor sent the product quickly enough and everything was fine.
Writing this review has me itching to go eat something I can justify dipping into the mustard. . .



365 Everyday Value, Organic Dijon Mustard, 8 oz Review:


I make a breadless sandwich with swiss cheese, ham, hard salami, homemade pickles, miracle whip, and dijon and topped with a second piece of swiss. The dijon gives a deep spicy taste and enhanced the taste of the other ingredients.