Six or 7 years ago, my birthday was coming up. My son, Andy, who plays piano, writes his own music, and marches to a tune of a different drummer, started thinking… He knew I didn’t drink, I never wear a suit, and all my biz is done on the computer keyboard. So he did NOT give me a bottle o’ Scotch, a fancy tie, or a gold-plated pen. He probably wouldn’t have, anyway. Thanks God! On my birthday he presented me with a gift. I opened the box. It was Moutarde de Meaux Pommery, or Pommery Mustard de Meaux in a Stone Jar with Wax and a cork lid. I did the first thing I knew best to taste-test unfamiliar mustard – I grabbed a piece of 6 month old Manchego and dipped it in. Mmmmm. Saveur étonnante! And boy does it taste amazing. Pommery Mustard de Meaux in a Stone Jar with Wax is trademarked and its origins go back to 1632. My son knew that they had a long time to figure it out. And the red wax seal over the natural cork stopper was a nice touch. Not only is he gIfted in music, but also he is a gifted gift giver. I keep a jar of Pommery Mustard de Meaux in a Stone Jar with Wax in the fridge at all times. It is excellent on sandwiches, sausage, dogs, cheese, chicken – you name it – and of course, as a gift. Thanks Andy!