With a strong and intense flavour, a less precious truffle than the black one, but an excellent condiment for first and second courses thanks to its characteristic taste.
The black Brumale truffle also known as “Trifola Nera” is a typical truffle of hardwood forests or lands particularly rich in oaks and its harvesting period is concentrated in the months from November to March. In Italy it is present in many regions, in particular in Piemonte, Toscana, Emilia Romagna, Marche, Umbria, Abruzzo and Molise.
The peridium is generally made up of small and flat black warts, the gleba instead is of a light brownish gray, marbled, crossed by straight lines in two prevailing colors: white and greyish, sparse and wide.
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