Our extra virgin olive oil's moderate black truffle flavour is reminiscent of shallots and garlic, while its texture is buttery.
Just a few drops of our black truffle olive oil with instantly elevate popcorn, hummus, pizzas, omelettes and mac and cheese. In addition to being the secret ingredients that makes a great mushroom risotto, our oil adds flavour to bavette steaks and mashed potatoes.
The De Laurentiis family owns an artisanal business in the Abruzzo mountain region. For two generations, it has been drawing on traditional ingredients and know-how to offer products with an authentically Italian taste. The family grows organic tomatoes, saffron and other seasonings on its own plots of land, and turns them into sauces and condiments thanks to a veritable regiment of cooks who busily tend the ovens.
Roccascalegna, Abruzzo, Italy.
Extra virgin olive oil, truffle aroma, black truffle (Tuber æstivum Vitt.)
Unlike wine, olive oil does not improve with age. It begins to alter as soon as it is produced and can become completely oxidized in just a few months if it is not stored in ideal conditions. It needs to be consumed rapidly for its full benefits to be enjoyed. To get the freshest oil on the market, choose one from the latest harvest, in a dark glass bottle. Avoid keeping the oil on the counter, exposed to light, and near the stove or other heat sources. Instead, store it in a cool, dry place. Close the bottle tightly after use to avoid exposing the oil to air, and consume within three months of opening.
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