Friend & Burrell
30g Beluga Imperial Caviar (Giaveri Caviar)
Italian Giaveri’s Beluga Imperial sturgeon caviar
Traditionaly found in the Caspain Sea / Black Sea, Huso Huso, or Beluga Imperial sturgeon is the most rare sturgeon on the planet. It is the most sought after and expensive caviar on the market, defined by its large oval shape and pearl to grey colour tones. To truly experience and appreciate the flavour, we suggest tasting the product by itself.
Friend & Burrell Caviar Recipe Tips
Caviar can be eaten on its own, using mother-of-pearl spoons, wooden spoons or off the back of your hand between your thumb and index finger (or some one else's hand...), perhaps near your accompanying Champagne (no metal as it can affect the flavour). Caviar is vulnerable to oxidisation so open it immediately before eating. Serve it on a bed of ice… and eat on its own or with lightly buttered toasted bread, blinis or on your scrambled eggs on top of a dollop of creme fraiche, simple and delicious. It’s very important to keep caviar in the coldest part of your fridge, not in the freezer. The optimal storage temperature is zero degrees. You’re welcome to contact us if we can ever help you with storage, serving or eating advice.