Dates: 3/8/21- 3/14/21 | Fresh Truffles In Season: BLACK WINTER

A shot of our Black Winter truffles.

A second shot Of Our Black Winter Truffles.

A third Shot of our Black Winter Truffles.

PLEASE NOTE: Whole Truffles will often have a little nick , we call this a "canifer". This is a man-made nick done to check the ripeness of the flesh, by the forager. The forager will make a little cut with a special knife called a "canife”, hence the term "canifer".

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Good morning Truffle Lovers,

Black Winter Truffle season is slowly winding down. A spell of warm, dry weather across the primary truffle-growing regions has led to lower supply. Subsequently, we are seeing higher prices across the board. Despite the lower harvest numbers, we are seeing beautiful marbling in our truffles with a nice variety of sizes ranging from 1oz to 3oz gems. While we cannot anticipate exactly when the truffle season harvest will end, we hope to continue offering fresh truffles throughout the month of March.

Have a great week!

- Sabatino Truffles

Harvested from: November - March

Profile: Dark, rough exterior, but not as coarse as Black Summer truffles.
Flesh begins as brown and ages to black with white marbling. 

Aroma: Strong aroma resembling cocoa, licorice, hazelnuts, and mint. 

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