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Caspian Caviar - House Selection Caviar - Pure Baerii Caviar 50g

Caspian Caviar House Selection Caviar 50g


Caspian House Selection (Baerii) Caviar 50g – A Very Good Introduction To Caviar

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A great introduction to caviar at a very good price and popular to send as a fine food gift – one  50g tin will serve one very generously or give two a taste of caviar!

Our House Selection caviar is a pure baerii caviar. The eggs are similar in size to Oscietra, but are rather darker in colour, some verging towards black.

The caviar is lightly salted and has a mild, clean taste. It is surprisingly complex, with flavours of the sea sprinkled with citrus undertones.

It comes from our main caviar supplier in northern Italy and is a pure Siberian (Baerii) sturgeon.

With regards how best to enjoy and serve caviar – traditional accompaniments are to put caviar on small blinis topped with sour cream and to drink it with ice cold vodka.

We personally feel that the most enjoyable way to enjoy is served very cool on a spoon – the experience does not last long but you really get the full burst of flavour of caviar then!

But if you are looking for a few other ideas, we feature a few recipes using our caviar – namely

Smoked Salmon And Caviar Eggs Benedict and also Caviar Deviled Eggs.

We have also written a few tips on

How To Store Caviar? A Guide To Caviar Storage

What wines should you serve with caviar?


Sturgeon Roe, Salt, E285.

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: contains fish

Product details

Caviar Storage:

Please note that all caviar products should be refrigerated upon receipt. Once opened, consume within 48 hours. Caviar can be stored in a domestic fridge from -2c to +4c (the colder and closer to 0c the better!) 4 weeks and more. When storing caviar in your fridge, it is important to store it at the back of the fridge on the bottom shelf where it is coolest and temperature does not fluctuate.

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