Acacia Honey with White Truffle

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$19.50 3.5oz (100g)

Honey with truffle

honey with truffle is one of the latest creations of ' Azienda Agricola Gianfranco Vismara. The sweet honey of locust joins the characteristic intense flavor to create a contrast of fascinating flavors.It is designed primarily as an accompaniment to both fresh and seasoned pieces of cheese (Grana, Taleggio, Bitto) it is at its best when served with a chopping board of typical local products.

This product does not contain synthetic aromas but a single truffle left in infusion for at least a month before being sold to ensure that the honey absorbs the aroma well.When the honey is consumed, the truffle can be cut and used in the kitchen without problems.The truffle is a fungus that grows underground in the autumn months in the ground under specific plants such as oaks, hazels, poplars, and limes. There are two white varieties and seven black varieties.

It is harvested with the help of specially trained dogs from an early age because the use of rakes would damage the fungus. The dog knows how to recognize the mature truffle from the unripe one, allowing the second to continue its growth so that the following year it will be possible to have another harvest.

Honey With Truffle.

The honey that is used is Robinia honey also known as acacia. It is delicate honey with a neutral flavor that accompanies the truffle without covering or altering the flavor.

Italian truffle is washed, dried and remains in infusion in honey for over a month before being marketed. This ensures that the honey takes on the flavors of the truffle without being forced to resort to artificial flavors often found in this product.

honey with Italian artisanal truffle of alma gourmet has not undergone any kind of treatment, has no added artificial additives and has not been pasteurized to preserve its high nutritional power.

Sweet or savory, the truffle honey suits just about anything. The unusual mixture of the mushrooms with the honey attracts friends of the more exotic kitchen and curious cooks. The combination of hearty mushrooms and honey as a sweet carrier creates a great variety of uses. From vegan dessert to meaty main course, you'll find the right dish for you and the truffle honey will round it off.

Production and use

Truffle honey is the sweetest form in which truffles can occur. Truffle honey is the addition of honey with grated or sliced truffles. With a truffle slicer, or alternatively a knife, the truffle is cut into small pieces and mixed with honey.

Depending on your preference, different types of honey can be used. The acacia honey is popular and well-known. In some regions, acacia honey is obtained from the so-called "false acacia", the Robinia. The honey is characterized by its high fructose content and is perfect for sweetening appetizers and desserts. Since the truffle is an exceptional ingredient and should not be mixed with cheap products, this native honey is perfect.


In addition to its fine taste, honey also lingers a particularly long time before it crystallizes. Since honey offers many benefits in its natural form, it will remain long-lasting and tasty without effort. Honey is stored best, like many others in a cool, dry, dark and especially important a place that is odor neutral. Too high temperatures and direct sunlight can affect the enzymes present in the honey and thus change its original shape and taste. Because the honey is hygroscopic, it absorbs moisture. It is penchant to accept the smells and tastes of other substances as it has a nice quality that can be given special consideration during storage. The taste of the truffle in its entirety should be protected from other cooking odors and the like.

What are the differences with truffle honey?

The quality and the taste depend largely on the honey and truffles chosen. The honey must not outweigh the truffle with its own taste but should emphasize the flavor in the best case. The taste experience is also dependent on the truffle and the mixing ratio. There are kinds of honey that are mixed with white or black truffles. Which truffle is right for you is up to personal taste.

More widespread is the use of truffles. You should also always pay attention to whether additional flavors were used to upgrade the honey. A high-class truffle should usually bring enough flavor and aroma so that it can be dispensed with additives.

Why is truffle honey good?

Truffle honey can refine many dishes. Appetizers are as much an experience as the cheese platter for dessert due to the natural sweetness and the aroma of the noble mushrooms. Serve simply warm goat cheese with a little truffle honey and for you and your guests, the dessert becomes a taste experience.

The variation of the sweet honey with savory and sometimes even hearty ingredients is astonishing especially by its variety and encourages every creativity, to try new flavors and dishes. As always, in the kitchen you have the freedom to combine new things and the truffle honey complements the many variations your palate wants to experience.

Features: Clear, almost colorless, straw-colored honey.

100% Italian and organic black truffle.

Property: Organic honey with invigorating and laxative properties, phenomenal against stomach acid, excellent detoxifier of the liver.

At the Truffle the tradition recognizes aphrodisiac properties.

Storage: Store the product away from direct sunlight and heat sources, in a cool, dry environment trying to avoid severe temperature changes.

Use in the kitchen: With fresh and seasoned cheeses.

Seasoning made with acacia honey and spring white truffles. Alma Truffle Product Line is now available - Delicious treats infused with the amazing white and black truffles. The finest products imported from Italy for your satisfaction.

3.53 ounce (100 gram)

Ingredients: Acacia honey 99%, spring white truffles 1% (Tuber Borchii Vitt), flavors.

Packaging: Glass Jar

Product of Italy

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