LONDON, Jan. 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Known internationally for unforgettable spicy mustard, Colman's of Norwich heats up America. Colman's, Britain's most beloved mustard for nearly 200 years, has immigrated to America establishing itself as the fiery, gourmet mainstay in nearly every restaurant, home and haunt this side of the Pond. Americans and Brits alike can now complete their cooking with Colman's.
Since 1814, Colman's prepared mustard and the famous yellow tins of dry mustard powder are made from a proprietary blend of brown (Brassica Juncea) and white (Sinapis Alba) mustard seeds locally grown and processed at the Carrow factory on the outskirts of Norwich, England. Today, Colman's carries on their perpetual link to mustard by using only the finest mustard seeds and a single-minded focus on the tradition that has made it the spicy mustard from English pubs and palaces, to America's most discerning household and commercial kitchens.
Colman's quality and zesty flavor integrates seamlessly into the demands of discriminating consumers, so much so that every minute of the day 45 jars of Colman's Mustard are purchased all over the world! Colman's distinctive and incredibly flavorful mustards provide a slow-building heat that is not overpowering but instead adds unique layers of flavor to everything from Asian dishes to American grilling favorites. Toss in dressings, add to soups and stews, or make your next dinner party extra special with a mustard that serves as condiment, spice, and seasoning all rolled into one hot spoonful that makes your cooking complete with Colman's.
Widely considered the English mustard in the U.K., Colman's has a rich history for turning heads of the royal order, as well. In 1866 Queen Victoria bestowed the ultimate seal of approval - the Royal Warrant – galvanizing Colman's as the crown jewel of mustards, securing its place in both commoner and royal kitchens alike. Ask those in the know and they'll tell you: your cooking is not complete without Colman's. Colman's has been a staple of British kitchens and dishes for almost 200 years and Americans are now saying "we complete our cooking with Colman's too."
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