About Caviar

WHAT IS CAVIAR

  • Caviar

    Caviar is simply the roe of sturgeon that is lightly salted and cured

  • Malossol

    It is a Russian term that translates as "little salt" referring to the traditional caviar production process, where only a minimal amount of salt is added to enhance the flavor and preserve the caviar

  • STORAGE

    Always store the caviar at the coolest part of your refrigerator/chiller until ready to open and serve (-2 -4 c). Freezer destroys the delicate texture since defrosting causes the eggs to explode. Therefore, the fresh caviar is never allowed to be stored in the freezer

  • SHELF LIFE

    To enjoy caviar at its peak of freshness, consume within 7 to 10 days following purchase, and once opened, utilize immediately within 72 hours

  • TRAVEL

    While packed in the thermo-cooling bag with frozen gel ice both on top and bottom, the caviar may be transported safely for up to 12 hours.

  • Caviar Service

    The world's most precious delicacy deserves equally unique serving pieces. Elegantly serve caviar in a caviar server or presentoir along with mother of pearl utensils to elevate the overall experience. Traditionally, caviar has been served using utensils crafted from bone, horn or shell, as serving pieces made of sterling silver, albeit beautiful, often may cause a reaction with the caviar, imparting a metallic flavor and tarnishing the caviar experience.

 
 

HEALTH BENEFITS

Black Russian caviar is not only delicious, but also provides great beneficial health aspects and enriches the body with the widest range of vitamins

One serving of caviar provides more than half of the daily recommended requirement of vitamin B12,important in converting carbohydrates into energy. It is also a powerful antioxidant because of its large source of omega-3 fats that are important for the immune system, lowering blood pressure and many more Recommended for men, women and children — caviar is a delicacy for the whole family from youngest to oldest