Historically, this recipe was already known a long time ago since it was the favorite condiment of Pope Clement VI during his stay at the papal court in Avignon.
She knew her moment of glory during the Belle Epoque during which she was in vogue.
At present, Brive la Gaillarde holds the secret of this inimitable purple mustard. The Denoix family revives it according to an ancestral recipe: black grapes are selected, picked, rolled and mixed with mustard flour.
This mustard is soft as well as warm, is surprising as well as exquisite. the purple color is unique.
No additives – no preservatives – no colouring guaranteed – no supply disruption !!