Season and Habitat: The white spring truffle ripening period is late winter/spring, where it is harvested and sold from 15 January to 15 April. This truffle favours coastal and maritime regions, growing in pinewoods and acidic sandy ground, as well as more mountainous areas up to 1000 meters above sea level, where it can be found under pines and downy oaks, beeches and poplars.
Market Availability: From 15 January to 15 April.
Storage: For optimal storage of your fresh Truffles, please: Do not remove the soil from the truffles – Wrap individual truffles in a clean absorbent paper towel – Place the paper-wrapped truffles inside a closed jar in the fridge (temperature +2°C/6°C) – Change the paper towel every day – Just before eating them, they must be washed with water and brushed under the tap. Dry well with a paper towel or kitchen cloth.
Shelf Life: It has long shelf life. We recommend to use the product within 10/12 days from the purchase.
Cooking Tips: Although its accessible price, it can turn the simplest of dishes into something truly special thanks to its characteristic aroma, which can even transform homely salads or broths into something exquisite. Its most classical use is together with oil or butter cream with truffle, cut into slices, slightly heated with a dash of Parmesan cheese excellent on toasted bread, pasta, meat, fish and salads.
Allergens: No Gluten, No Lactose (Milk), No Eggs, No Sulphites, No Peanuts, No Allergens.
Customer satisfaction is a priority for us. Therefore, our quality control is extremely rigorous because our reputation depends on it. Every single truffle we supply is carefully checked both by our experienced Truffle Hunters and Managing Director before dispatch, which is why we confidently offer our 100% money back guarantee if you are not satisfied with the quality.