From color to texture, the world of caviar is vast – and delicious! In this issue, we give you the cliff’s notes on our top premium caviars, so you can make educated purchases, become a more adventurous taster, or simply satisfy your curiosity on the glittering world of caviar and roe. Delve into the glamourous world of caviar below! .
A crossbreed of coveted Beluga and premium Siberian Sturgeon, this hybrid delivers the size and flavor profile of Beluga, with the sustainability of smaller sturgeons. Buttery, mild, nutty and exquisite, this fine caviar is a MUST-try!
This is the most popular pick worldwide! It varies in color from dark grey to yellow-green beads, and the flavor nutty and juicy, with a firm texture. The water and diet of the Osetra sturgeon affects its flavor, so you should give the different Osetra caviar a taste to see which one you love the most.
Sevruga is the smallest fish in this caviar sea, so you get small beads. But the secret of little sevruga is that its also the most intense tasting, so it makes up for its size with flavor. Many connoisseurs appreciate the crunchy texture and distinct buttery smoothness of these small glistening beads.
The essence of Beluga, in a new sustainable alternative, caviar lovers should add this to their baskets ASAP. This unique caviar is one of the most like Beluga, with large and glossy eggs and a mild and buttery taste. This variety is the result of a crossbreed between Kaluga and Amur sturgeon varieties.s.
Siberian Sturgeon Caviar
Remarkably like Osetra, the caviar from the Siberian Sturgeon is prized for its glossy dark caviar that's almost indistinguishable from its Caspian cousin. Earthy, with hints of sweetness and a fabulous buttery texture, Siberian Sturgeon is raised in aquafarms and is a great affordable high-end caviar.
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September 29, 2020 by GourmetFoodStore.com