"a daub of Colman's fieriest"


Colman's Mustard
Creative Commons AttributionColman's Mustard - Credit: Chris Sampson
  Jeremiah Colman started making mustard in Norwich, UK in 1814. Its taste is unique and fiery, and has long held a central place in any British or Irish pantry.

His nephew, Jeremiah James Colman, built the company up until in 1866 it was awarded a special warrant as Manufacturers to Her Majesty (Queen Victoria).  A liberal MP for Norwich, he once observed: "I make my money from the mustard that people throw away on the sides of their plate".