Crafted in Meaux—a region famous for its mustard, located just 25 miles northeast of Paris—Pommery Cognac Mustard is a coarse whole grain mustard flavored with French cognac. Made with 6% cognac, this mustard is an elegant cousin to Pommery's classic Moutarde de Meaux. A hint of warming spices complements the sweet, richness of the cognac and the pungency of the mustard seeds.
How to use
Pommery Cognac Mustard is a luxurious addition to everything from cheese and charcuterie boards to sandwiches, pan sauces and dressings. Slather on roast beef sandwiches, whisk into a dressing for roasted potatoes or serve alongside Choucroute Garnie (an Alsatian dish of braised meats, sausages and sauerkraut).
For a indulgent pan sauce for pork, beef, or chicken, sauté a bunch of sliced mushrooms in the meat drippings, add a generous pour of cream and cook until the cream has reduced slightly. Finish the sauce with a couple spoonfuls of Pommery Mustard with Cognac.