It is a harmonious marriage between black olive and summer truffle. This “truffle of Saint John” owes its name to the period when it can be harvested since it is born from the rains of late spring. Softer than its cousins, the truffle of autumn and the black truffle, it has a refined taste which is reminiscent of hazelnut.
This surprising pesto, original creation of L’Epicurien, will particularly embellish your pasta dishes or your risottos. To fully enjoy its special taste, you can also simply put it on toasted toasts, to enjoy fresh as an aperitif.