The F&W staff tasted 21 mustards, including such types as Dijon, stone-ground, yellow and deli-style, and picked these four as our favorites.
Maille Dijon Originale
staff comment "A sharp, almost wasabi-like hit."
interesting bite In 1720, founder Antoine Maille’s antiseptic vinegar was thought to prevent the plague.
Nathan’s Famous Deli Style Mustard
staff comment "Lively; not too salty."
interesting bite New York governor Nelson Rockefeller once said a man wanting to be elected in the state had to be seen eating a Nathan’s hot dog.