If you like hot mustard…then Colman’s Mustard is the one for you. In 1814, Jeremiah Colman began making mustard at a water mill near Norwich, England. To give it that distinctive flavor, he blended brown mustard with white mustard. That combination has been a favorite for 200 years. Around 1855, the firm introduced its characteristic packaging in a tin of bright yellow still in use today.
Many people ask what I use in my quiches...it's no secret...one teaspoon of Colman's Mustard!