Now marking 200 years in business, Colman's is the gold standard of English mustard. It delivers a sinus-clearing blast of horseradishy heat (though it doesn't contain horseradish). Unlike Dijon and yellow mustards, English mustard is mixed with water instead of wine or vinegar, which keeps the heat intense. Work the prepared mustard into herb rubs for roasts, or whisk a dab into vinaigrettes to enliven salads of hearty winter greens.