Our Truffle Condiments
Our beautiful and ever-growing range of truffle condiments contain truffles from around the World. We have sourced, infused, and expertly blended truffles with some amazing oils and table sauces creating a range of Grade A Truffle Condiments.
Over the years, we have played around with ideas and concepts and only ever considered a product for supply once we are certain that is going to be one of the best on the market. For us, it is not just a case of building a larger range of products to look impressive. We want our customers to enjoy the whole truffle condiment experience and be confident that they will be recommending us to their friends and family.
We are so set on cultivating the truffle experience for home chefs and we are so proud of our products. From the way they look to the way they smell, but most importantly… the way they taste!
We hope you love our Truffle Guys Truffle Condiments as much as we do.
Truffle Oil is very unique in the way it is produced and not an oil that can easily be infused at home like a chilli oil or a garlic oil for example. The process is very delicate and requires a lot of time and attention to perfect.
If you are looking for truffle oil this will not be a hard find. However, if you are looking for a truffle oil that LOOKS impressive, SMELLS impressive and TASTES impressive, then this is where it becomes a hard ask. Believe us when we say, we have tried 100’s of truffle oils on the market and only a very few have ticked all these boxes.
From the beginning, we have been set on only ever sourcing the finest products before even considering them right for our customers. The Truffle Guys White Truffle Oil was our first product we launched and remains our signature product to this day. It was absolutely imperative for us that the final product made everyone who used it say “WOW” just like we did when we tasted the final product for the first time.
By using Truffle Oil you can bring a dish to life. The White Truffle Oil is probably our most versatile product as it can be used in so many ways and is very popular among our vegetarian customers. The uses are endless, but a few perfect companions for our White Truffle Oil would be pasta, pizza, risotto and fries.
We all have our preference when it comes to going to the fridge and pulling out a table sauce to accompany mealtime. Popular ‘Go To’ items are Mayonnaise, Ketchup, Mustard, Hot Sauce and many other family favourites….
Regardless to the sauce of preference, we are adamant that by adding a truffle kick, this will immediately upgrade any table sauce to Commander rank.
We have tried and tested the truffle sauce combination with many sauces on the market and 9.99999 times out of 10, they work! Our range of truffle sauces can be enjoyed throughout the week or can be held back for special occasions if you want to show off in front of your loved ones.
We can assure you that we are continuously working to develop and enhance our range of truffle sauces and cannot wait for you all to see the works of art we will continue to create the magic.
Please… do not take our word for it and give our range of truffle sauces a try.
PRESERVED TRUFFLES (SLICES/COGNAC)
Truffles are a seasonal delicacy without a long-lasting shelf life, so it is very difficult to enjoy Fresh Truffles at their most pinnacle condition. A large percentage of truffles available on the market today are preserved in some way as it is the best way to obtain certain truffles whilst they are not in season.
A term you may notice flying around is ‘premier cuisson’ which refers to the ‘first boiling’ or ‘first cooking’ of the truffles which involves a process to preserve the truffles at their most flavoursome stage. If you are on the look for preserved truffles and both taste and aroma are important to you, then you should only consider preserved truffles which are labelled as such. If you opt for second boiling, then the taste and aroma are both considerably reduced.
Preserved truffles have a much longer shelf life and can typically last up until around 2 years depending on the preservation process they have gone through. Typically, you can expect to find preserved truffles whole, peeled or sliced which saves a lot of time when it comes to preparing the truffles for use. Another advantage of preserved truffles is that the oil or brine and sometimes alcohol that is used to preserve the truffles can be used as a truffle infused dressing or as part of a soup or homemade sauce.