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Black Truffle Honey from Lunardi

Lunardi

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Italian Acacia Honey Married With Italian Truffle

As seen in the December 2009 Bon Appetit.

The Lunardi family was making truffle honey before it became popular to infuse all manner of things with truffles. We're very particular when it comes to "truffled" products because there is often only truffle "aroma" as an ingredient, not actual truffles. But the flavor of this honey turned our heads.

Rich and earthy, this is a match made in heaven. The sweetness of the honey masks the depth of flavor in the first instant that the honey hits your tongue...but the sweetness melts into a gorgeous, deep, earthy truffle flavor. We serve this honey alongside chunks of Parmigiano-Reggiano and watch the looks of "ooh" & "aww" creep into the faces of our guests.

More Info

Producer
Lunardi
Country
Italy
Region
Tuscany
Size
4.5 ounces

Customer Reviews

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C. F. Walter
Heaven in a jar

I’ve drizzled this over Parmigana Reggiani, WOW!!

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Caroline R. Chuzi
indescribably wonderful

I would describe Lunardi Black Truffle Honey as black diamonds suspended in liquid gold. Its blend of earth and blossom is a marriage of contrasts. Sweet and savory, assertive and subtle, it drizzles as well on chevre as it does an a crumpet. This honey is the one plus ultra of palate indulgence.

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vk
Honey Heaven

Great taste w endless uses. To taste it is to love it!

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Amc
makes everything special

I keep this on hand to drizzle on cheese and bread for a special snack--and love the big flecks of truffle!

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carmen cortez
Expensive addiction but worth it

I LOVE this truffle honey. The aroma that fills the air when you first open the bottle entices you to use it on everything on site! I have served it many different ways: with manchego cheese, dates and honey drizzled over the cheese; as part of marinade for roast chicken; on a baguette with goat cheese...drizzle to your hearts content...I had people over for dinner and I served it as dessert, chunks of parmigian0 cheese drizzled with this and fresh raspberries...