Dehydrated Alba White truffle
This outstandig product is the result of several years of research. Thanks to an innovative technique the truffle can be preserved for months at room temperature and the taste can be kept unchanged, with a surprising long lasting flavour. The smell and the taste of the truffle “noH2O dehydrated truffle” are released when the product is served on warm dishes , giving off those characteristic flavour which make the truffle so unique.
100% dehydrated white truffle from Alba(Tuber magnatum Pico)
Black Summer truffle
The Italian Black Summer truffle's fruiting body has a rough alligator skin-like surface covered with small diamond-shaped projections, molded by stones surrounding it in the soil. When mature, the Italian Black Summer truffle is near black on the surface with a pale grey flesh and white marbling that does not change color when exposed to air. It has a rich woodsy aroma with flavors of garlic, wild mushroom and earthy hazelnut undertones.
Fresh Italian Porcini Mushrooms
Porcini mushrooms, also known as ceps, are the king of all mushrooms. They are meaty, rich and very versatile. These mushrooms are a wild product and, as such, sometimes arrive covered in a little dirt. This is harmless and can be cleaned off using a soft mushroom brush.
Morels are a family of tasty mushrooms with a decidedly different look to most other mushrooms. Morels lack the gills and domed caps of many other mushrooms, but they all have white to ivory colored stems and a conical cap. Dried morel caps that you may see in the market look tube shaped, but that is part of the drying process and when rehydrated the conical cap returns.
The morel’s taste and texture make them a French favorite; they will be served fresh from early spring through to the beginning of June.
Australian Black Winter Truffle
The Australian Winter truffle is roughly rounded, its shape's definition molded by stones in the soil where it has grown. Its surface coloring ranges from dark brown to black. The truffle's skin is textured with polygonal, slightly raised spines. The flesh is jet black at maturity with white veins creating intricate patterns throughout. What truly defines the Perigord truffle is its intoxicating aroma and flavor. The aroma is robust, perfumed with essences of nuts, earth and garlic. The flavor is equally rich, a bouquet of savory and sweet with notes of hazelnuts, mint and forest mushrooms.