Infused concentrated fresh truffle juice with garlic flavors as well as forest notes in aftertaste.
Blend of cold-pressed virgin & extra virgin olive oil. Produced from a mix of black & green Italian olives.
Use as a seasoning, marinade, vinaigrette or finishing oil. Works well with salad, pasta, risottos, grilled vegetables, etc.
49% extra virgin olive oil, 49% olive oil, white truffle aroma (infused from concentrated truffle juice)
No artificial flavors, GMO free, Gluten free
|Energy KCal||900 KCal|
|Incl. saturated fats||15g|
Tasty oil but very strong so i only use a tiny amount. Not suitable for frying in my opinion, more for drizzling. My favourite is drizzled on pizza toppings, yum!
I've had other truffle products that have been far too strong and unpleasant tasting. This one does have the characteristics of truffle, but not overpowering. It is still of course an acquired taste.
This is a good sized bottle, with an easy to pour nozzle. The oil is suitable for dressing, drizzling and adds a good flavour. I would definitely buy this again.
Really is amazing, its sooo tasty, if you do like this then there is a double pack with black and white truffle oil too which is well worth it.
As it is quite expensive we use in a spray bottle and that make it a little easier to dose. The item is 49% virgin and 49% olive with the rest being truffle aroma from truff juice. It doesn't seem a lot but it really does pack a punch.
We use it on roasted carrots or brocolli and smells and tastes great.
The smell of this oil took some getting use too, but that is far outweighed by the fact that it makes whatever food you add it too taste much better. Recommend, and bought two more.
The “White Truffle Oil” from “El Dorado Aroma” is a high-quality black truffle infused olive oil that’s ideal for adding to salads, marinades and vinaigrettes etc.
First off, this truffle infused olive oil is absolutely packed with flavour! I mean, oh yes boyo does it give you a luscious flood of mouth-watering flavour with every dribble and slosh on your food. Personally, I advise you to use it relatively sparingly on a salad or the like, otherwise the flavour of the oil will completely dominate everything else on your palette.
I’ve found with a green salad, a quick, light slosh of the oil mixed in with some salt and pepper and some chopped up fresh chives tastes absolutely superb. Like amazingly fresh and moreish.
As a family we absolutely love the truffle infused olive oil. So much so that we now make sure we always have a bottle in the cupboard. And it does last, because you only use a little each go because of the aforementioned tsunami of flavour that floods your palette with it.