Smooth Mustard Taste for Culinary Cuisine. An alteration of the traditional Dijon Mustard originating from the French recipes of the Bordeaux region, France, DF French Mustard can be classified as a “moutarde douce”. A term used for certain sweeter, moderate hotness mustards. French Mustard has long been a favorite for those mustard lovers who like a smoother and sweeter taste in preparing their sauces and food marinades. French Mustard also complements dishes of beef and other types of games that require no additional sauce or dressing addition in order to retain their original flavour. Only the best Brassica Juncea mustard seeds go into our mill for producing that brown paste called French Mustard. The seed’s plant is commonly grown in India, China and Africa. These pungent seeds are preferred over yellow seeds in many Indian and African dishes for their softer texture and lighter taste when grinded into liquid mustard.