Forest to Kitchen in 24 Hours.
Our wild-foraged mushrooms are harvested in the mountains and valleys of the Pacific Northwest.
Cream of the Crop
We employ the highest industry standards. We grade twice — in the field and then again when it’s packed before shipping. In addition, from our permitted harvesters to our painstaking inspections, careful storage in coolers and our same-day FedEx shipping just miles from the field, our product is days fresher than the competition and traceable by date, field and picker.
Depending on the season, we bring you:
- Blonde Morels
Also known as the white morel, this mushroom is the most desired morel by many chefs because of its striking color. It’s also the most similar to Missouri morels. Ours are harvested from Applegate Valley in southern Oregon in an area with extremely steep terrain. Our supplier quips, “You have to be a damn mountain goat to pick these.” As a result, instead of the typical 60-pound harvest for other mushrooms, only about 6-10 pounds of blonde morels are able to be harvested by one picker in a day. Also challenging is the fact that the patches are often located on private property, requiring special permission to access. All of this adds up to a higher price tag, but these prized fungi are worth every penny.
- Black Morels
Also known as Oregon morels or natural morels, these gorgeous, earthy mushrooms are prized across the country. Did you know? These very mushrooms were served to the pope in Washington D.C. six years ago and are also loved by Michelle Obama, Julia Roberts, President George W. Bush, Robert Wagner and the Colorado Rockies!
- Fire Morels
Also known as burn morels or conica morels, fire morels grow the year following a forest fire as their growth is triggered by heat.
- Gray Morels
These are the elite of the elite with a meaty texture and thick, triple walls. These mushrooms are challenging as they are harvested high up the mountains from black ground where the fires burned the hottest.
- Black Truffles
- White Truffles
Meaty and nutty.
- White / Winter Chanterelle Mushrooms
- Matsutake Mushrooms
These rare and flavorful mushrooms come from the pine forests of Washington. They have a slightly spicy, cinnamon taste and fragrance and symbolize fertility and happiness in the Japanese culture.
- Lobster Mushrooms
These are meaty and dense with a nutty, sweet smell similar to steamed lobster.
- Maitake mushrooms
Semi-firm with a fruity, earthy and spicy flavor.
- Chicken of the Woods
A nice mild flavor with a chicken-like texture.
- Black Trumpet Mushrooms