Often referred to as one of the most distinctive flavored mushrooms in the world, Golden Chanterelles are abundant in the Northwest, with the longest season of all Chanterelle varieties. Carefully foraged under Douglas-fir and western hemlock forests in the Oregon and Washington Cascade Mountains to the Pacific Northwest coast range, Golden Chanterelles are easily one of the most favored mushrooms worldwide.
Oregon and Washington; from the Foot Hills of the Cascade Mountains to the coast range.
Farmed or Wild:
7 Days (keep refrigerated at 34 degrees F)
Fresh: August-December Dried: Year Long
Bright yellow to pale orange. Caps can be smooth or frayed out when they start to mature, with very pronounced gills.
Fruity, woody, earthy
Fruity, frequently compared to Apricots