Black & White Truffle Salt

Black & White Truffle Salt

If you’ve ever tasted truffles, you know they truly are something special. Their unique aroma and flavor deliver the taste of Tuscany in every bite of even the simplest of dishes. Truffles are one of the most expensive foods in the world, and will cost you somewhere in the range of $95 per ounce for black truffles and $168 per ounce for white truffles. This pricey delicacy is hand-harvested with the help of specially trained dogs, who forage the soil in the hills of the Tuscany region of Italy, where the climate is mild and the soil is rich in salt and minerals. A portion of the truffle is placed back into the ground to regenerate the crop. Once the delectable fungi are gathered, they are soon on their way to chefs and gourmet cooks around the world.

Black Truffle Salt

Our Black Truffle infused salt combines the distinct taste of black truffles with pure sea salt crystals. The aroma is like none other, with bits of Black Truffle mushrooms combined with extra fine sea salt.

White Truffle Salt

Our White Truffle finishing salt has a milder aroma and more subtle flavor than the Black Truffle salt. For truffle lovers, it offers a nice range when paired with our Italian Black Truffle salt. Both are great with pasta dishes, and also work well on seafood, meats, roasted vegetables, and popcorn.

Say No to Truffle Oil?

Why truffle salt, not oil? Truffle salt contains small pieces of truffles. There are no artificial ingredients, and the taste of real truffles is infused in the salt. Truffle oil, on the other hand, is often made with a combination of olive oil and a chemical compound known as 2,4-dithiapentane. New York Times food writer De Gustibus calls it "Hocus-Pocus" in this revealing article. Many chefs have banned truffle oil form their kitchens. “It's the only ingredient that I have never allowed in Clio. It all tastes synthetic, and the flavor is too artificial," said Boston Chef Ken Oringer, in an interview with seriouseats.com. And in a recent Tonight Show interview, Anthony Bourdain said of truffle oil: ’ Horrible, it’s not even food, it’s about as Edible as Astroglide and made from the same stuff’. We suggest sticking with salt for an all-natural addition to the dishes you prepare at home.

A Fan Favorite!

A recent reviewer commented “Love this salt...great in my guacamole! I have already recommended this to many others”. This fan inspired us to give it a try, and we think you’ll agree that our Truffle Guacamole delivers flavor and aroma beyond compare. We combined black and white truffle salt, but each stands nicely on its own as well.

Black & White Truffle Guacamole

Black & White Truffle Guacamole
  • 4 avocados
  • 1/2 red onion finely chopped
  • 1 bunch of cilantro, chopped and stems removed
  • 3 Serrano Peppers chopped (remove seeds for less heat)
  • Juice of 1 lime
  • 2 Cloves Garlic, minced
  • Black and White Truffle Salt
  • Dash of Smoked Paprika (Optional)
Scoop avocados. Combine onion, cilantro, peppers, lime juice, and garlic. Add chopped avocados and mix with a fork, mashing the avocado as you mix. Spoon into serving bowl, and sprinkle truffle salt. Add a dash of smoked paprika if desired.

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