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 $2.5 a gram
The shipping rate for fresh truffles is $20.
The Fresh French Truffles will be express posted on a Wednesday for next day delivery.
We use Australia Post’s e Parcel system for all deliveries. The recipient will receive an email from us and Australia Post once the parcel is dispatched by email which will include a Australia Post tracking number.
The fresh French truffles are packed in an insulated polystyrene box with ice cells to ensure the safe transit and to optimise freshness.
The package can be delivered to your home or work address or to your nearest Post Office for collection.
For truffle product orders the shipping rate is $14.5
The truffles products are posted on Monday through Friday. We use Australia Post’s e Parcel system for all deliveries. The recipient will receive an email from Australia Post once the parcel is dispatched.
You will be notified immediately your package is dispatched by email which will include an Australia Post tracking number.
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.
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.