The French Truffles are from the Provence region of South East France.
The French growers are enjoying a good winter harvest and the truffles are of exceptional quality.
The truffles are personally selected by our exporter and exhibit the sweet, earthy fragrance and savoury characteristics of the finest truffles French truffles.
Minimum Weight 20 grams.
The price of the fresh truffles is $3.2 a gram.
Truffles are perishable so MUST be shipped to an address where the package can be received.
Your selected purchase weight will be supplied as a minimum.
The first shipment of French truffles is arriving on Tuesday 21st January and will be dispatched the same day for overnight delivery.
Tasmanian Truffles Frozen
We have frozen truffles available
The Tasmanian truffles were snap frozen during the first two weeks of July when the truffle quality was at its best.
The minimum order is 50 g.
Price is $2.0 a gram
Truffle Shaver Slicer
The truffle shavers have a variable thickness to enable you to cut precisely to your needs. The best and most simple and effective way to slice your fresh truffles can produce paper thin slices with ease.
Tasmanian Black Truffle gift, a 50 g fresh First Grade Tasmanian Truffle and the Truffle Cookbook by Rodney Dunn along with a truffle shaver.
A perfect gift for a truffle lover or a perfect start to understanding and enjoying the Tasmanian truffles.
French Truffle 20 g and a truffle shaver.
The French truffles are the slightly smaller truffles and the truffles we have trimmed because some slight imperfections. T
The truffle shavers have a variable thickness to enable you to cut precisely to your needs. The best and most simple and effective way to slice your fresh French black truffles to produce paper thin slices with ease.
The Truffle Cook Book by Rodney Dunn, founder of The Agrarian Kitchen in Tasmania, celebrates the natural wonder that is the truffle. In addition to more than 60 recipes, Rodney gives a fascinating insight into the Australian truffle industry and practical advice on buying, storing and (most importantly) cooking with truffles. Harvested in winter, truffles have an intense earthy flavour that works particularly well with indulgent ingredients such as cream, butter and cheese. Rodney's recipes are lush and comforting u just the thing for cosy meals at home u and once you start experimenting, you'll be surprised at how many dishes can be enhanced by this inimitable fungus. As Rodney firmly believes, there is no such thing as too much truffle.