Discover our white truffle flavour
White truffle has a knobby shape, firm flesh and pale golden colour, and is has a strong flavour that can exceed that of the Black truffle. Ideally, white truffle should be eaten raw, cut into thin slices or grated. Some chefs even go as far as to incorporate it into desserts: sabayon, ice cream, macaroon, chocolate éclairs …
Is white truffle a mushroom?
Technically, they are not the same species as mushrooms grow above the ground whereas white truffle grow underneath the surface.
Truffles are tubers and they exist in several varieties, mainly black and white, depending on the season. Truffles grow in a symbiotic relationship with tree roots, especially in damp areas. Hence, they are considered a rare culinary treat as they cannot be planted.
How to use white truffle flavour
Our white truffle flavour has a garlicky profile. We have developed this flavour so that you can enjoy all the organoleptic subtleties of white truffle, in almost any type of oil-soluble final applications.
Combine with :
Sweetbread, Scallops, Parmesan cheese, Mozzarella, Foie gras, Black pepper, Dark chocolate, Hazelnut…
Specifications*: flavour; oil-soluble
*For more specific information, please refer to the technical data sheet.