The truffle, known for its characteristic aromatic fragrance and flavor, is a fungus that grows naturally in the ground, near the roots of oak trees, oak or poplar trees, making his quest much harder and addictive, so that the best job seekers use expensive trained dogs. Many animals go greedy for the smell that can hear come out of the ground and that, unfortunately, the human nostrils fail to grasp. The best known animal, in addition to the dog, is undoubtedly the pig.

In addition to an intense aroma and flavour, the truffle has many beneficial properties for our health, property known since the days of ancient Greece, a period in which, according to the testimony of the poet Juvenal, was considered an aphrodisiac tuber, as originated by lightning hurled by Jupiter on a plant of oak and, being the God known for his erotic activities, he was given an intense power inspiring.

In addition, it also has numerous nutritional properties. This fungus, in fact, rich in magnesium, potassium and vitamin B12, is also very poor in fat and calories. It is also an excellent source of protein, especially if you exclude from the diet meat consumption. The biggest benefit, however, is the fact that this is a food low in cholesterol and, indeed, helps to lower overall levels in the blood.

#fattorialavacchio has an own truffle ground, where we will be delighted to welcome you to a collection.

For information call us at +0039 0558396221 or send us an e-mail at agriturismo@fattorialavacchio.com



Bergamot (Citrus bergamia) has the fresh, sweet, citrus scent that is familiar to many as the flavoring in Earl Grey Tea. Uplifting and relaxing, it is good for building confidence and enhancing your mood. It has a long history of use for oily and troubled skin.

While the distinctive fruit of the bergamot (bergamotto of Italy, bergamote of France) is sometimes referred to as an orange, its resemblances to the oranges are so remote or lacking that it seems best to employ the European...



Tarragon (Artemisia dracunculus) is a species of perennial herb in the sunflower family. It is widespread in the wild across much of Eurasia and North America, and is cultivated for culinary and medicinal purposes in many lands

Tarragon has an aromatic property reminiscent of anise, due to the presence of estragole, a known carcinogen and teratogen in mice.

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Celery relieves sore throat

Decoction of celery for the sore throat

50 g of celery leaves; 1 L water

Prepare the decoction pouring 40 gr of celery leaves in a liter of cold water.
Bring to a boil for 5/7 minutes. Then, filter the concoction with a fine mesh strainer.
Drink 2/3 cups per day (depending on the intensity of inflammation).

The decoction is used as footbath to relieve the chilblains.


Laurel vodka

10 g of laurel leaves, 1 dl lemon juice, 1 dl of vodka, 2 teaspoons of sugar

Prepare an infusion by placing leaves in the boiling water, letting it sit for 10 minutes. Strain and add the lemon juice and vodka while it is still hot, but not shaken.
Let rest for at least an hour, then serve by adding sugar.

You find a lyquor with the laurel also at our Restaurant: L'allorino