The aroma of white truffle oil is a gateway to romance
Some say truffles are the ultimate aphrodisiac for women. (Learn more about the aphrodisiac side of truffles.) Not only are they delicious little nuggets of luxury, the scent of truffles replicates that of a male pheromone. That’s why we’re featuring this one-of-a-kind product. Oregon White Truffle Oil was the first all-natural truffle oil produced in the United States. And it’s the tastiest truffle oils I’ve ever tried.
A chef-made white truffle oil
The oil was created by Chef Jack Czarnecki, a leading American expert on mushrooms and truffles Czarnecki and his son Stephan hunt for many of the truffles used in the oil themselves. They also manufacture an oil made from Oregon black truffles. (By the way, that oil is so popular that it’s often sold out! I’ve found it almost impossible to get. So if you ever see it for sale, grab some.)
A seductive flavor
The flavor of Oregon White Truffle oil is mellow, earthy and irresistible. Its flavor is far more subtle, smooth and round than most truffle oils, which are made of synthetic truffle. So if you’re used to most truffle oils, you might be shocked at first by the subtlety of the flavor. But then you get the full force of natural truffle on the finish and you will find yourself craving this one-of-a-kind oil.
Oregon White Truffle Oil is designed to be used as a finishing oil. Czarnecki recommends a variety of uses for his oil, including blending with butter to make a truffle-scented spread. (That’s one of my favorite ways to use it.)
The chef also recommends using his white truffle oil to finish risottos or enhance any cream sauce. Want to take your cheese platter to the next level? Try drizzling the oil over triple cream cheeses. In addition, the aromatic oil adds a distinct, earthy note when drizzled over carpaccio. And I’ve even been known to use it along with a dash of salt as a flavoring for hot popcorn.
One other suggestion? If you really love truffles, just drizzle it over your lover’s curves and start licking.
For more information, visit the Oregon Truffle Oil website. Or just order your bottle from Amazon:
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