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27 julio
2010

Discovering Colman's mustard

Feeling the fire going out of your nostrils!

Colman's Mustard

If you already knew Colman's Mustard then you would be laughing right now, because you can imagine what I'm going to tell you. Anyway, knowing it or not, just keep reading...

I've a lot of stories to tell from my trip to Birmingham last week and this is one of those stories.

It happened in the Heathrow airport, while I was waiting for the flight back home on Friday. It was 14:00 and I was hungry so, after searching for a good place to have lunch within the airport I ended in a steak-burguer-whatever restaurant. I ordered a chicken+bacon+cheese baguette with chips and a pint of Stella.

I only had to wait a few minutes until the food arrived and then, a beautiful waitress brought me some sauces, a fork, a knife, etc.

Among the sauces where ketchup, spicy sauces and mustard. I love mustard, I really like it with chips, so I put some of the mustard into my plate, to have it with the chips. I never tried Colman's before so I just put some in a chip, a little bit less than usual, but I still was generous.

OMFG - Was the first I could think of - WTF IS GOING ON!!

That mustard is terrible hot!. I've to say that I even had once Wasabi as is without soja or anything, and even if Wasabi is terrible, this Colman`s thing had almost beat me!

It was like having a huge ball of fire going from my mouth to my nose, then going out of my nostrils each time I did breathe...

Funny thing is that I almost drank the pint of stella in two shots, because I couldn't get rid of that sensation. I think an old lady sitting on the table side-by-side with mine couldn't resist to smile...

So, my friends, be careful when reading Colman's on the label of anything you are going to eat!

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