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It’s never too late or too early for the truffle season. We started last week. Decent demand so far. Truffles are still expensive 4000GBP for the good quality ones. Certainly I’d suggest wait a bit, but if you cannot, you know where to find them !!!
Example of disastrous #truffles !!! this is to show you the difference with the top quality ones you get from us !!
Last week #truffles pictured. They weren’t excellent as they were the first in the season, but the cold weather is making them ripen nicely. This week just before Xmas the price tend to go up. No matter of the quality it’s a product used in a lot places and they need truffles !!! What I’d suggest you, is to buy the first week of January. The quality is better than now and the price certainly too.
Enjoy the truffles
Can you see why this tuber Magnatum is starting to get off ??
I advice you guys to read the website. I think a lot of people get confused when they hear truffles as they just think of opulence.
The reality is a bit of mixed. The person harvesting them, gets a lot of the final price the product gets. Logistics are not cheap for 24 hours services (they usually take much less as they leave Spain or Italy around 4-5 pm and they are in London by 9-10 next morning, it’s actually quite interesting following the tracking of the parcels, we can talk about it if anyone interested as well). These people live in a part of the world where land is not great for having crops and where it snows quite heavily in winter (much more in previous years) and they wake up quite early and it’s really cold. On the other hand, they love what they do and they really have an eco environmental way of living taking profit of nature in a way to preserve it for future generations.