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Caspian Caviar - Sibirskye Caviar 50g tin

Caspian Caviar Sibirskye Caviar 50g

£50.00

SIBIRSKYE 50g (Premium Baerii Caviar)

Order Now – Get It Tue 26 Oct Mainland UK

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    Description

    This caviar comes from Siberian sturgeon (Baerii). We have managed to secure a supply from one of the oldest and very best regarded outdoor farms in the Aquitaine region of France.

    Not only that, but we have managed to secure a supply of their very best caviar. The farm is widely regarded as the best producer of Baerii caviar in Europe and this is the very best of what it produces.

    The good sized eggs are dark in colour and are firm on the palate but a little softer than our Oscietra. The Sibirskye gives a wonderful, complex burst of flavour on the front of the palate but lingers much longer than an ordinary Baerii.

    Ingredients

    Sturgeon Roe
    Salt
    E285 – Borax

    What is Borax?
    Borax, also known as Sodium borate, is a form of salt that is traditionally used in caviar production. It helps in the preservation process, improves consistency and also enhances the flavour.

    Allergen advice:fish/shellfish

    Product details

    Caviar Storage:

    Please note that all caviar products should be refrigerated upon receipt. Once opened, consume within 48 hours.Can be stored at 0 - 4c but even better stored at minus 2c-0c. Generally the sooner you consume your caviar from order, the fresher and better it will taste!

    Cooking Preparation Tips

    How best to enjoy your caviar?

    1. Eat a little on a spoon to enjoy the taste in it’s purest form!

    2. Add a little to a blini, with butter or sour cream and chives – makes a great canape.

    3. Can be enjoyed on toasted dark rye bread with scrambled eggs.

    4. Traditionally drinks to accompany caviar include chilled vodka or champagne.