It’s truffle season.
Botero House is known for its coffee but now that it’s truffle season, they’re bringing back an old favourite. This version, though, is better than the original. It’s next level, a level up, the gold standard.
For this truffle cappuccino, Botero House has sourced truffles from a farm in Tasmania. But these aren’t shipped in bulk and kept stored. These truffles are shipped on the day they are harvested and directly to the historic three-storey premises where they are thinly shaved on top of the truffle foam for that extra bit of sweet, bitter, salty and umami flavour to complement the vanilla bean cappuccino.
Alongside the truffle cappuccino, Botero House has also added a Mushroom and Truffle Omelette, Mushroom Lasagne featuring truffled mascarpone sauce, and a Cacio E Pepe Risotto topped with truffle oil.
While the truffle cappuccino will set you back $13, it sure beats a normal cappuccino.
Find Botero House at 258 Adelaide Street, Brisbane City.