A full-flavoured tapenade with a pesto-like consistency. Made with a blend of mushrooms, black olives, truffle (3%), capers, anchovies and extra virgin olive oil – it has a bold, mediterranean flavour. It can be used as a spread, a pasta dressing, or as an accompaniment to grilled meats. This is an artisan product from truffle specialists TartufLanghe, based in Piedmont – an Italian region famous for truffles.
200g jar, 90g jar
This tasty cream sauce is ideal to dress risotto, gnocchi, ravioli and all types of short and long pasta. It can also be used as a spread or tart filling to make appetisers, or as a topping for steamed vegetables. 90g jar.
This pesto is traditional pesto made with all the best ingredients that Sicily has to offer – dried tomatoes, capers, olive oil, dried grapes, walnut… toss it through freshly cooked pasta, use it as a spread for canapés or a dressing for pasta salad. 160g jar.
The perfect nibble alongside cheese and antipasti platters, or simply serve them on their own with drinks. Fried exclusively in olive oil , this chips are flavoured with dried white truffle.
This is an artisan product from truffle specialists TartufLanghe, based in Piedmont – an Italian region famous for truffles.
This is an exciting new product from truffle experts TartufLanghe – it is truffle juice that is formed into tiny pearls. It looks like caviar, but tastes like truffles. It is fantastic for topping canapés and stirring through pasta – it gives your dishes a professional touch.
340g jar – keep refrigerated.
This delicious porcini and truffle cream can be used as a sauce for pasta, a simmer-sauce for pan-fried veal or beef fillets, added to mashed potatoes or used in canapes. It is a concentrated sauce that needs to be blended with a little cream or olive oil before using. Contains 73% porcini mushrooms and 5% truffles.
Ligurian Taggiasche olives are famous for their round, balanced flavour. These pitted (denocciolate) olives in extra virgin olive oil are grown and produced by Olio Roi – a family company in the Argentina Valley in the San Remo hinterland, where the cultivation of olive trees has been a tradition since Roman times.