This delicate mayonnaise is the perfect condiment to accompany eggs, fish and cold meat.
The origin of Bénédicta dates back to the early 20th century. Today Bénédicta sauces are the most popular in France.
240 grams / 8.5 oz
Ingredients: vegetal oil, water, Dijon mustard (water, mustard seeds, alcohol vinegar, salt), fresh yolks, alcohol and white wine vinegars, lemon juice, salt, transformed starch, thickening agent, sugar, flavorings, voloring agent (beta-carotene)
Posted by Catherine M Novak on 11th Apr 2016
I prefer the good old Amora (I'm French) , but this one is very tasty.
Posted by Dr. J. on 17th Apr 2015
Best mayo ever!!!
Posted by Handria on 17th Feb 2015
All I can say is try it, it's delicious !! I'll definitely recommend it
Posted by Unknown on 11th Aug 2014
I had this in the South of France. Makes an excellent ham on Baguette.
Couldn't find it in any Geneva grocery store in the last 2 visits. You can taste extra egg yolks and a bit of mustard.
I bought 2 jars.
Posted by Unknown on 9th Jun 2014
More flavor, better texture, more subtlety. Even my children notice the difference. Makes everything taste better and requires less "doctoring" up. Closest American product is Hellman's mayo made with olive oil.
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Mar 2014
Nothing to compare with the American mayonnaise. This one has a nice mustardy taste and enhances any plain old sandwich. A favorite in our house.