Fresh Truffles

White truffle (Tuber magnatum pico)

Tuber magantum pico is certainly the most expensive and the most admired mushroom in the entire world. Its appearance usually has an irregular shape, but it can be completely round. It has a yellowish colour and its smell and taste are unique, so it is understandable why it captivates the cuisines around the world. As a meal seasoning, 5 grams of truffle should be served per person. Harvest season: from the mid-September to end of December.

Black summer truffle (Tuber aestivum vitt.)

Tuber aestivum vittadini, known as the summer truffle is the most widely spread truffle, with gentle and mild taste, and it usually has a round shape. As a meal seasoning, 8 to 10 grams should be served per person. Harvest season: from the beginning of May till the end of August

Black truffle (Tuber uncinatum)

Tuber uncinatum is quite similar to the black summer truffle, but its cross section is a bit different from the black summer truffle, it has more intensive flavour, and it grows from having a mostly irregular shape to being completely round. As a meal seasoning, 8 to 10 grams should be served per person. Harvest season: from the beginning of September till the end of December

Black truffle (Tuber brumale)

Tuber brumale is a truffle that grows during the winter. It is usually small, but completely round. Its flavour and fragrance are significantly more intensive than the ones of the other black truffles. As a meal seasoning, around 8 grams should be served per person. Harvest season: from the beginning of January till the end of February.

Bianchetto truffle (Tuber borchii)

Tuber borchii is a truffle that has irregular shape and its flavour is reminiscent of garlic. Its colour is similar to one of the white truffle (magnatum pico). As a meal seasoning, around 8 grams should be served per person. Harvest season: from the end of January till the end of April.