The peculiar smaller size of this truffle compared to other varieties is hinted in its italian name, “Bianchetto”, diminutive form of the Italian word for white, “bianco”. The Bianchetto or Whitish Truffle belongs to the family of White Truffles, has a sharper odour and more intense flavour than its bigger brother, the king White Truffle. It is harvested from january until late spring, therefore it is also known as Marzuolo white, from the italian word for March, “marzo”. The size varies, from 8g to around 20g. Recommended quantity: 15g / 20g per person
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