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Confit Mustard w/Figs Martin Pouret 105gr Tin

Item No. ISA0WW0000599
A combination of mustard, produced with mustard seeds grown in the Loire Valley and stone ground, together with figs. Prepared in large cauldrons, this condiment combines the piquancy of the mustard and the sweetness of the figs. Would pair perfectly with cold meats or simply with mature cheese. Who

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A combination of mustard, produced with mustard seeds grown in the Loire Valley and stone ground, together with figs. Prepared in large cauldrons, this condiment combines the piquancy of the mustard and the sweetness of the figs. Would pair perfectly with cold meats or simply with mature cheese.

Who is Martin Pouret?
The house Pouret was created in 1797 in Orléans. Its Orleans mustard, made according to a local recipe dating back to 1580 and updated by Jean Martin, master vinegar maker (6th generation of the founder) and Alain Passard, head chef (3 Michelin stars), gives pride of place to the ancestral and artisanal production method.

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Confit Mustard w/Figs Martin Pouret 105gr Tin

Item No. ISA0WW0000599
A combination of mustard, produced with mustard seeds grown in the Loire Valley and stone ground, together with figs. Prepared in large cauldrons, this condiment combines the piquancy of the mustard and the sweetness of the figs. Would pair perfectly with cold meats or simply with mature cheese. Who

Description

A combination of mustard, produced with mustard seeds grown in the Loire Valley and stone ground, together with figs. Prepared in large cauldrons, this condiment combines the piquancy of the mustard and the sweetness of the figs. Would pair perfectly with cold meats or simply with mature cheese.

Who is Martin Pouret?
The house Pouret was created in 1797 in Orléans. Its Orleans mustard, made according to a local recipe dating back to 1580 and updated by Jean Martin, master vinegar maker (6th generation of the founder) and Alain Passard, head chef (3 Michelin stars), gives pride of place to the ancestral and artisanal production method.

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