Cap: 1,2-6 cm across, hemispherical, then convex to expanded, not umbonate, viscid, not or only little hygrophanous, unicolored whitish, pale cream or pale pink buff to pink buff, center is cinnamon or clay buff, margin is sometimes finely crenulate.
Hymenophore: lamellae are vinaceous gray or dark brick colored with a distinct pinkish tinge, without droplets, emarginate, broad, fairly crowded.
Spore print: brown
Spore: amgydaliformed to subcitriformed, 8,6-12,4 x 5,2-7,1 μm
Stem: 3-9 x 0,2-1,1 cm, cylindrical, on base little widened, at base broad 1,4 cm, with or without rooting base, fibrillose, pruinose to flocculose, especially in the upper part, white or whitish, in age turning umber to sepia from the base.
Flesh: white, sometimes watery in cup, in stem base turning buff clay to umber in age, in stem solid, odor is like tea, soap or cake, without radish components, without taste.
Habitat: common in Mediteranean area under pine or oak, grows from october to january.