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Perlage Black Truffle Juice in Pearls

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(1.76 oz)

Truffle Tagliolini Pasta

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$29.50
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(8.8 oz)

L'Oro in Cucina Truffle Oil

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$40.00
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(3.4 fl oz)

White Truffle Acacia Honey

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$14.30
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(1.41 oz)

Truffle Tagliatelle Pasta

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(8.8 oz)

Guérande Salt with White Truffle

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$16.50
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(1.06 oz)

Bouquet Truffle Butter

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$35.00
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Porcini Mushroom and Truffle Tagliatelle Pasta

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Guérande Salt with Black Truffle

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$14.50
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Porcini Mushroom and Truffle Cream

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$22.70
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(3.17 oz)

Truffle Tagliolini with Barolo Pasta

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$29.50
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(8.8 oz)

Truffle Honey Mustard

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$20.50
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Summer Truffle Slices In Olive Oil

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(1.2 oz)

Nothing spells luxury like truffles, and when it comes to this special ingredient, there’s no place like Italy. Found in the forests of the Piedmont, Tuscany, and Umbria regions, these uniquely delicious tubers grow underground among the roots of chestnut, oak, and hazelnut trees in cool, humid climates. They’re uncovered by a trifulao (truffle hunter) and their specially trained dog, who sniffs out the distinctive aroma of the truffles and indicates where to dig. It’s a beautifully meditative process with a delicious outcome!

There are three commonly harvested types of truffle found in Italy, each with its own unique characteristics. The black truffle is earthy and pungent, harvested in the winter, from late November through early March. The summer truffle, only harvested during the hazy summer months, is more delicate, with a sweet, nutty profile. The ultra-rare white truffle is prized for its deeply savory flavor, like aged cheese. These grow in the northwestern Piedmont region, and are also known as the Alba or Piedmont truffle. They are harvested in the late fall months and can only be foraged, never cultivated, making their discovery something of a natural miracle.

Whether you’re looking to use whole or sliced truffles in a luxurious dish like tagliolini al tartufo or want to add their umami note using ingredients like truffle oils and truffle-infused salt, we’ve got you covered. Our partner Tartuflanghe, family-run since 1975, specializes in all things truffle and were the first to introduce a truffle-infused dried pasta to consumers in the 1990s. Founded by chef Beppe Montanaro and his wife, Domenica, to celebrate their Piedmont home’s most prized delicacy, the company’s name is a play on words, combining the Italian for truffle, tartufo, with Langhe, where they are based. Today, they are the stewards of 50 acres of lush woodland in the Piedmont region.

You’ll find the most decadently delicious truffles and truffle products from trusted artisan producers here.