Welsh Autumn Truffles (Tuber Uncinatum) Available September - March
•Similar to Tuber Aestivum with more pleasing and intense odor The name of this truffle is derived from its hook shaped spores. The fruity body is large and ranges from the size of an egg to that of an orange, but at times even larger than 10 cm in diameter. The skin is black. Its odor resembles that of a hazelnut . It ripens all year round but mostly from September to January . It is known that the flavour and perfume is most intense September to January
Method 1 is our preferred way to store fresh truffles. Remove from the box and store in a basket or container that lets the air circulate around truffles. This inhibits white mould forming on the outside, you may notice the truffles lose a few grams of weight but this concentrates the flavour. Truffles can be kept for 7-10 days using this method, check daily for hardness, once truffles start going soft use immediately.
Method 2 If you want to flavour additional foods such as rice or eggs store truffles in the rice or eggs and the aroma will permeate into the foods, be aware that if you store for more than 3 days in the rice or eggs a white mould may appear on truffles ( do not be put of by the mould it is harmless and can be washed off ! )
🎄The last posting day for Christmas deliveries will be 21st December and the 29th December for New Year delivery. 🎄
Next day delivery if ordered before midday Monday to thursday . If you place an order on the weekend truffles will be posted on the following monday .
Delivery price is ovenight monday to Thursday includes thermal packaging with ice pack .
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