Dried mushrooms

Dried mushrooms are the most common way to distribute wild mushrooms. This is also the ancestral way to preserve mushrooms, that concentrates the most mushrooms flavour and thatís why they are mostly used in meals, sauces, ...
Dehydration leads to maintain perfectly taste and smell of each type of mushrooms: this is the best way to give wild mushrooms a chance to offer you the best of their flavour, after rehydration and blanching.
Despite a longer preparation lead-time (average time: from 15 to 30 minutes), youíll make the difference and enjoy the subtlety and strong taste of wild mushrooms.

Click on each link below to discover available packagings for our dried mushrooms:

Porcini Boletus edulis / aerus / pinicola 
Morel extra Morchella esculenta / conica 
Chanterelle Cantharellus cibarius
Yellow boletes Suillus luteus / granulatus
Yellow boletes and porcini Suillus luteus / granulatus & Boletus edulis
Black trumpet Craterellus cornucopioides
Fairy ring mushroom Marasmius oreades
Cloud ear Auricularia Polytricha
Shii-take Lentinus edodes
Oyster mushroom Pleurotus ostreatus
Forest mushroom mix  
Himalayan truffle Tuber indicum



dried mushrooms