(1). GREY POUPON
The recipe for this Dijon hasn't changed since 1777 when Maurice Grey created it for George III but why change a good thing? With a pronounced flavour of wine and none of the bitterness of other cheap mustard, it's still fit for a royal table.
2. RELISH IN SPICE CHAMPAGNE AND TARRAGON
A Gold Taste award winner in 2010, the strong tarragon is balanced by the champagne to give a smooth mustard with a kick.
3. HOT-HEADZ SMOKY CHIPOTLE
Half way between a mustard and a chilli sauce, this concoction will blow your mind (and maybe your head off) with its blend of smoky chipotle pepper heat and mustard seed kick.
4. UNCLE ROY'S BLACK AND GREEN PEPPERCORN
Great with steak but even better with fish, this earthy hand-made mustard has been garlanded with a cupboardful of Great Taste awards and it's not hard to see why.
5. TRACKLEMENT SPICED HONEY
A spiky mix of honey, spices and brown mustard seeds, this delicious condiment is perfect for both glazing a roast ham and spreading all over your lunchtime sarnie.
6. MARKS & SPENCER
A mild-mannered mustard made by blending English mustard seeds and fresh cream. Deliciously mellow, you can smear it all over your burger without fear of burnt taste buds.
7. STOKES HOTDOG MUSTARD
Handmade at Rendlesham in Suffolk by the Sheepshanks family, this is the ultimate addition to your half-time hotdog. Creamy, sharp and addictive.
8. FORTNUM AND MASON LEMON
The lemon adds a light fruitiness to this prickly wholegrain mustard, giving a taste half way between spice and sweetness. Peculiarly pleasing.
You wont find a kitchen in France that doesn't have a jar of this creamy Dijon. Mix it with a glug of olive oil to make the best vinaigrette this side of La Rive Gauche.
10. SOURCE FOODS MISO
A delightful condiment from organic food makers Source, this miso-flavoured mustard makes a great accompaniment to fried tofu.