The Senf Museum is conveniently located immediately across from the Lindt Chocolate Museum and likely gets most of it's business from curious foot traffic associated to that attraction. As museums go, it's not much more than a few old mustard presses with a big storefront where one can buy copious ... mustards, what else?
We naturally tried all the assortments of mustards and were delighted enough with them to have purchased 4 different types, with one as a gift for a fellow 'senf-lover.' Oddly, several (if not most) of the mustards were not produced on site, leaving us to wonder if there aren't other Mustard Museums out there waiting to be stumbled-upon.
As mustards go - they really are quite good. My uber-favorite is without compare the Cayenne Mustard ... mmmm so spicy. The Kolsh Bier-made mustard was good as well, and the local favorite, the "Historisch Senf" rounded out our selections.
Save room for a Bratwurst and stop by on your way out of the Chocolate factory ... after all, who else can say they've stopped at a historic Mustard Museum?
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