Sevruga (Stellatus) Caviar Tasting with Laura King – Sevruga tastes of the sea. It is often the preferred choice for caviar dealers around the world because of its resemblance to wild caviar. This small, grey egg is packed with a delicious salty flavour that lingers, often more than other caviars.
Platinum (Gueldenstaedtii X Baerii) – Country of Origin: Belgium. Caviar specialist Laura King talks us through, Royal Belgian Platinum Caviar – An incredibly popular caviar that never disappoints with it’s fresh and intense flavour.
Caviar Specialist Laura King compares two tins of the Royal Belgian Oscietra Caviar for a caviar tasting. Oscietra (Gueldenstaedtii) – Country of Origin: Belgium With a beautiful golden/brown colour, they have a nutty, mellow taste, which develops into a buttery sweetness, similar to lobster. Historically the Oscietra egg is smaller than Beluga, but with increased […]
Caviar specialist Laura King talks us through, Royal Belgian Caviar and her process once the caviar has arrived into the UK. Oscietra (Gueldenstaedtii) – Country of Origin: Belgium Oscietra sturgeon produce their eggs after 8 years. With a beautiful golden/brown colour, they have a nutty, mellow taste, which develops into a buttery sweetness, similar to […]
King’s Fine Food- Storing your caviar Caviar is a very perishable product and needs to be properly stored to retain its delicate flavours. Once you have made your purchase care must be taken to store it in the correct way. Here are a few tips for keeping caviar at its best: Storage For unopened caviar, check […]
Royal Belgian Caviar 100% PASSION. Royal Belgian Caviar is the pioneer of ‘the black gold’ in Belgium. . The launch of their unique caviar in 2002 was preceded by ten years of intensive preparations. In order to achieve the typical, exclusive taste of their caviar the breeding process and preparation have to go flawless. This […]
How to enjoy King’s Caviar by Laura King Caviar is best served as simple as possible – using mother of pearl or horn utensils. To taste caviar: We always taste caviar on the soft cushion of the back of our hand between the thumb and forefinger. Let it rest for a few seconds and then […]