It's certainly worth it to buy a good brand, anyway. I used to buy JLab ones (on a regular basis because they break all the time) but I would never go back to them after using Klipsch.
I have to say, though, the Reference S4s I have that cost $50 (regular, I got them on sale) don't sound noticeably better than the $30 Image S3s I used to have. So I guess I've hit my sensitivity ceiling, at least for the quality of files I'm listening to.
Honey mustard can be okay. Mustard is also a component of some good barbecue sauces.
The more mustardy something gets, though, the less I like it. It's that same bitter, earthy quality that makes me hate horseradish. Horseradish, by the way, is irredeemable in any measure or application.