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Beech Wood Truffle Brush

Keeping a high-quality truffle brush on hand makes the entire culinary experience more authentic and memorable. Our lovely truffle brush is made using FSC ® plain beech wood with 100% pure Tampico fiber bristles from Agave plants. The wood base and natural fibers boast a basic, clean finish that is ideal for efficiently removing dirt from fresh truffles. This product is imported directly from Italy, where it is manufactured by the renowned cutlery brand Ambrogio Sanelli.

Why You Will Love Our Truffle Brush – In Summary

  • Crafted with gentle plain beech wood and pure Tampico fiber bristles.
  • Features an easy-to-grip oval-shaped beech wood base.
  • Straightforward to use when cleaning truffles, other mushroom varieties, and fresh produce.

How To Use This Tool

Grooming fresh truffles with a brush is an excellent way to clean them without diminishing their overall quality. You may brush the truffles dry or slightly dampen them under cold water beforehand. Avoid using excessive amounts of water as it may encourage spoiling. We recommend rinsing the truffle brush under lukewarm water before initial use. However, you should also wash it with mild soap and dry it thoroughly after each use to ensure this product will stay intact.

Why Choose Bianchetto White Truffles:

Intense and earthy aroma

Delectable flavor elevating meals

More accessible and commonly found

Perfect addition to cheese plates and charcuterie boards

Gastronomic Pleasure

Sourced meticulously by The Truffle Boutique, Bianchetto white truffles offer a tempting aroma that reaches its zenith when served alongside warm dishes, enhancing their already exquisite flavor profile

Ecological Versatility

With a broad ecological range, these white truffles thrive across different parts of Europe. Ripening from January to April, they exhibit a remarkable adaptability, coexisting with a variety of host trees, including pines and cedars. This adaptability is unique, setting Tuber borchii vitt. apart from truffle species usually associated with broadleaf trees.

Spring Elegance

Boasting a sharp, earthy, and slightly garlicky flavor, Bianchetto white truffles share similarities with their famed Alba counterparts, offering a nuanced aroma and taste. Despite their smaller size, these truffles make a bold statement in the culinary world.

Bianchetto white truffles shine when paired with butter sauces like beurre blanc, enhancing chicken, veal, and lobster dishes. To preserve their unique characteristics, use these truffles raw as a finishing touch. Accompany them with Parmigiano Reggiano to highlight their natural flavors, making them an ideal addition to charcuterie board spreads.

How to Enjoy Truffles:

Shave: Use a truffle slicer to thinly shave truffles over hot dishes just before serving to release their aromatic oils and enhance the flavor.

Infuse: Infuse truffle slices or pieces in oils, butter, or cream to create truffle-infused sauces, dressings, or marinades.

Grate: Grate truffles over pasta, risotto, eggs, or roasted vegetables to add a luxurious touch to your favorite dishes.

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