- George Harrison – double-tracked vocal, lead guitar
- Paul McCartney – bass guitar
- Ringo Starr – drums, tambourine
George Harrison wrote Savoy Truffle, which was performed by the Beatles on the 1968 album called The Beatles (also known as The White Album). The title and a good portion of the lyrics come from the wording on the box of Mackintosh's Good News Chocolates. He was moved to write the song because Eric Clapton, a close friend, was addicted to, among other things, chocolate. Cherry crème and coconut fudge are the only two mentioned confections that were made up. The chorus contains the line: "But you'll have to have them all pulled out after the savoy truffle." This is a warning about losing teeth because of too many sweets. Recording began on October 3, 1968 and ended by October 14. Noteworthy are the six saxophones in this song, as they are purposely distorted. This was something of an unexpected Harrison innovation. Chris Thomas (associate producer) played the keyboards for this track. John Lennon was absent.