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Fresh Black Winter Truffles 2 oz (Tuber Melanosporum) - Sabatino Truffles
Fresh Black Winter Truffles 2 oz (Tuber Melanosporum) - Sabatino Truffles
Fresh Black Winter Truffles 2 oz (Tuber Melanosporum) - Sabatino Truffles

Fresh Black Winter Truffles

Tuber Melanosporum

$189.99

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Please note, all Fresh Truffles are shipped via Priority Overnight. Orders must be received by 2PM EST Monday-Thursday to receive next day. Orders placed after the deadline or on the weekend will then ship Monday. Fresh Truffles and Butter have a flat shipping fee of $24.99. Free shipping is offered for purchases over $99.99 for all products, excluding Fresh Truffles and Butter. 

Description


Season: November - March


The Black Winter Truffle grows slowly in the undergrowth throughout the winter. Black Truffles have a strong aroma resembling cocoa, licorice, hazelnuts, and mint.



Disclaimer: Fresh truffles are prepared and packaged in a variety of size which will amount to the total number of ounces ordered. Should you desire a specific sized piece please leave a note upon checkout and we will do our very best to accommodate your request.


 

Recommended Uses

CACIO E PEPE WITH BLACK TRUFFLE AND RED MAZARA DEL VALLO PRAWNS

Featured recipe

CACIO E PEPE WITH BLACK TRUFFLE AND RED MAZARA DEL VALLO PRAWNS

Cacio e Pepe is a timeless Italian classic. In this version, we add a luxurious twist as the rich umami flavors of the Sicilian prawn tartare harmonize with the earthy allure of our black truffles, resulting in a dish fit for epicurean adventurers.

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FAQS

Answers to your most frequently asked questions

Truffles, known as the "diamonds of the earth," have been admired since 1600 B.C.

These fungi form a mutually beneficial relationship with certain trees like Oak, Hazelnut, and Poplar.

There are about 200 truffle species, with the most revered ones, like Black Summer (Aestivum Vitt), Burgundy (Uncinatum), and Black Winter (Melanosporum), found in France, Italy, and Australia, and White (Magnatum Pico), found exclusively in Italy.