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Tartufi Morra White Truffle Oil
Drops of Gold
Give your meals a drool-worthy aroma and flavorful taste with a drizzle of truffle oil on top. This white truffle oil works best as a finishing oil and lasts longer than a fresh truffle. You can include it in those your intended dishes and pureed meals to get that taste and scent you so love and treasure.
Tasting Notes from the Curator
Unlike synthetic truffle oil, this white truffle oil comes from a unique combination of excellent olive oil and white truffles. As expected, the taste is otherworldly for all truffle lovers. You get a rich truffle aroma combined with nutty, earthy, garlic-like, meaty flavor. These varying flavors leave your palate, screaming in delight and eager for more.
The white truffle oil is a finishing oil and not a cooking oil. Applying it as a cooking oil will likely dull or entirely remove the inviting scent and tasty tang of your oil. Once you are done cooking or serving, you can drizzle a restrained amount of white oil on your meal and start digging in. You can pair your intoxicating drops of white truffle oil with a wide variety of pasta dishes, fries, pizzas, and much more. If you are a fan of pureed food and truffle oil, then treat yourself to an unforgettable experience combining your mashed potatoes to stuffed eggs with truffle oil.
Rich Oil, Rich History
Truffle oils came to existence due to the nature of fresh truffles. They are seasonal and pan out in no time. As way back as the 1980s, truffle oils began to make the headlines. They were cheaper and lasted longer than there parents, as long as you store them properly, mostly in your refrigerator. It is no wonder why artificial or synthetic truffle oils came to the market too with subtle names like “truffle essence” without listing truffle as an actual ingredient. However, real truffle oil is made from boiling fresh truffles in olive oil and has continued to serve its deliciousness to truffle lovers. In Italy, rags are soaked in truffle oils (called strufion) and used to teach dogs to hunt till date. This tradition dates way back than the official introduction of the oil in the 80s, as far back as 1756
Today, truffle products, more so truffle oil, is a celebrated ingredient and a must-have in every gourmand’s kitchen.
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