It’s too early

We are starting to get a few early reports of dogs accidentally finding Summer Truffles in southern England. They are still unripe with little flavour or aroma – it’s too early. They are best left in the ground if you can persuade Fido. The post It’s too early appeared first Continue Reading

Our Truffles Served at BAFTA Dinner

Sustainability was a key priority for the organisers of the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) this year. The menu produced by BAFTA’s head chef Anton Manganaro and Paul Bates, the executive head chef of Mayfair’s Grosvenor House Hotel, used seasonal and locally sourced ingredients, and included two vegan courses. Our Continue Reading

English Summer Truffles Available Now

We have English Summer Truffles available now. Their flavour is described as nutty-tasting, though it and their aroma are more subtle than our Autumn truffles and the Winter (Périgord) truffle. They are, however, still highly prized. These black Summer Truffles are usually sliced or grated raw over simple ingredients such Continue Reading

Truffle Road Trip

We’ve just completed from a three day “truffle road trip” searching in four planted truffle orchards and four “wild” woods across Southern England. The photo shows the best truffle of the trip – a 200g Autumn Truffle. Finding truffles in new locations always adds to the experience. One location was Continue Reading

American Express magazine showcases our truffle hunting experience days.

Journalist Rob Crossan recently joined us on one of our truffle hunting experience days and wrote about it for Departures Magazine and www.departures-international.com, the magazine and accompanying web site for American Express® international Platinum Card® members. You can read about his day here. The post American Express magazine showcases our Continue Reading