Some products just have it all. Wild mushrooms have an amazing taste, a beautiful appearance and each of them has its own story. They are still picked the old-fashioned way. They grow on trees, in grass, in earth, on pine cones etc. etc... All in their own natural habitat. They can't be cultivated and are picked by hand. Please keep in mind that wild mushrooms are seasonal and limited. Now let's get to know our wild mushrooms!
Mousseron mushrooms are small in size, but big in flavour. They grow in large numbers in the forests and meadows of Bulgaria and are often found in mysterious 'fairy rings'.
Cepes are quite unique mushrooms, their full, rich and creamy taste can not be equaled by any other mushroom. Our cepes can be found in the coniferous and deciduous forests of Spain.
Although the name might suggest otherwise, the Black trumpet, or Trompet of the dead is an edible mushroom. Their mysterious look and spicy flavour makes them a popular ingredient.
Once cut and with a little imagination, this mushroom sort of looks like a sheep foot, which is the reason why it earned its nickname 'Pied de Mouton". This mushroom is strong and tastefull.
The Girolle, Grise (grey) and Jaune (yellow) are peppery and spicy Cantharel mushrooms which are picked in Belarus and the US. Cantharel is very versatile and their odor can best be described as apricots!
Girolle: A hint of apricots, a fleshy mushroom
Grise: Forest, spicy
Jaune: Autumnal flavour, less fleshy, more crunchy