Truffles and Mushrooms

Truffles are one of the most iconic and in demand fungi. They are incredibly scarce and rely on many external factors, such as climate and oak trees to grow. They can be used in all aspects of cooking, from being a dish's star ingredient, to being used as seasoning. Other exotic mushrooms are now grown in South Africa to a high standard. These mushrooms have healing and cleansing properties, and are used around the world as a natural medicine.

Logo for Maison Pebeyre, French truffle specialists.

Maison Pebeyre was founded in 1897 and is the oldest truffle family business. This company specialises in all truffle-related products, from various truffle species to truffle salts and oils. 

Summer Truffle - Tuber Aestivum

  • Whole Truffles 12.5g

  • Whole Truffles 25g

  • Whole Truffles 50g

Truffle Condiments

  • White Truffle Oil (100ml/250ml)

  • Truffle Salt (50g/200g)

  • Black Truffle Mustard 90g

  • White Truffle Summer sauce 115g

Pebeyre Truffle Salt, with Summer Truffles.

South African Mushrooms

Mushroom farming is becoming more prominent in South Africa and enables us to keep up with demand, whilst still providing the best quality ingredients we can source. The mushrooms supplied range from Wild Mushrooms, to Mushrooms grown indoors, under specific conditions.

A Yellow Chanterelle Mushroom.
A Morel Mushroom.

Fresh

  • Shimeji White

  • Shimeji Brown

  • Black Winter Truffle -  Melanosporum

  • Black Summer Truffle -Aestivum

  • Yellow Chanterelle

  • Grey Chanterelle

  • Hedgehog

  • Shiitake

  • Eryngii/King Oyster

  • Oyster Mushroom

Fresh or Frozen

  • Chinese Truffle - Indicum

Dried

  • Imported Porcini

  • Forest Mix

  • Black Trompettes

  • Morels with Tails

  • Morel Stems and Pieces

  • ​Morel Mix

  • Shiitake (Whole/Sliced)

  • Porcini Powder

  • Chanterelle