Summer truffles are dark on the outside and light brown with white streaks on the inside. They are milder than the black truffle and have flavours of garlic, wild mushroom and hazelnut. They are highly prized for their gastronomic versatility.
This family owned company was born in Acqualagna, in the Le Marche region of central Italy. They are close to the seaside and surrounded by the Apennine mountains and forests of oak and hazelnut trees. It is in this unique and magnificent environment that these world-famous truffles are harvested.
Ideal Pairings: Summer truffles go perfectly with summer dishes, although they can also be used in preserved foods. Thinly slice with a truffle slicer, lightly sauté in butter or extra virgin olive oil and add to a dish at the end of its cooking process (pasta, eggs, polenta, potatoes and pizza).
Ingredients: summer truffles, water, salt