German mustard in Canberra?

Tigress 4 March 2012 15

Hi Rioters,

I’m having great difficulty finding German mustard – Edelweiss used to have a great one, but alas, no more.

A kransky just doesn’t taste ‘right’ with other mustard’s and I have a hankering for kransky!

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15 Responses to German mustard in Canberra?
Pandy Pandy 11:25 pm 05 Mar 12

German mustard. It’s a gas.

EvanJames EvanJames 1:03 pm 05 Mar 12

I miss German mustard, it used to be as easy to get as french, english etc but it seems to have receded. Nice vinegery stuff.

Solidarity Solidarity 12:38 pm 05 Mar 12

Err, Senf is just German for mustard, so yes, you were just eating Senf…

schmeah schmeah 6:03 pm 04 Mar 12

I’ve seen Senf at superbarn in civic and hansel and gretel in Philip. Not sure if that’s what you mean, but that’s all I ate in Germany 🙂

akinom akinom 4:48 pm 04 Mar 12

I just picked up Thomy’s Suesser Senf from Belco markets. Had it with my Vienna frankfurts. Yum.

AsparagusSyndrome AsparagusSyndrome 4:14 pm 04 Mar 12

You have caused in me a craving for ein Rostbratwurst, mit mittelscharfer Senf, mit Semmel. I wonder … where is the wurst shop in town?

jinkies jinkies 1:08 pm 04 Mar 12

Mart Delicatessen at Fyshwick Markets.

madamcholet madamcholet 1:07 pm 04 Mar 12

Deli’s at Fyshwick, but Woolies should have at least Thomy as they stock their mayo.

harryhaller harryhaller 12:42 pm 04 Mar 12

Fyshwyck food markets have all sorts of German mustards, in particular, the sweet one which you eat with Weisswurst. In fact, at the food markets you find all sorts of German food such as processed meat (Weisswurst, Nuernberger, Leberkaes, etc.), many beers, Knoedel, Sauerkraut, Gurken, and so forth.

2604 2604 11:02 am 04 Mar 12

(German) Thomy mustard can be purchased at numerous supermarkets in Canberra.

Standard Maille Dijon mustard varies a bit in its sharpness, but the milder jars taste a lot like German mustard IMO.

It’s not much help now obviously, but keep an eye on Aldi around September as their “Oktoberfest” specials usually include some German mustards including Bavarian Suesser Senf.

gentoopenguin gentoopenguin 10:05 am 04 Mar 12

The delis at Belconnen market have a good range of mustards, some French and some German. But I always pack a couple of tubes of Lowensenf when returning from visiting family in Germany. A quick look on google shows there are a few online delis in Australia who stock it. Worth the effort!

shauno shauno 9:34 am 04 Mar 12

hmm mustard making me hungry

bryansworld bryansworld 6:12 am 04 Mar 12

Other mustard’s what?

damien haas damien haas 3:52 am 04 Mar 12

And of course now im hankering for currywurst… at frickin 4AM

damien haas damien haas 3:51 am 04 Mar 12

Supabarn Kaleen. They stock Tomy mustard, and others.

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