Téméraíre or Musette mustard - really mild whole-grain mustard
A few years ago I bought a wholegrain mustard from Costco branded 'Téméraíre' and it wasn't what I was expecting but much better. It was so mild you could just eat a spoonful if you wanted (I never did; I think it would be a waste). It was sort of sweet and tangy.
Téméraíre has changed their name to Musette and their mustard is a little difficult to get and expensive. I was wondering whether anyone here would know of a wholegrain mustard so mild you could just put it in your mouth like it was mayonnaise (also not something I ever did; I'm just trying to get a point across). Is it a specific variety of mustard? I don't know much about mustards except that in the past I've always had to use them sparingly because they were too hot.
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