The Diamond of all caviars, this sparkling roe seaweed yellow uniquely gentle and nuanced in its flavour. Rich like buttery Beluga and salne seaweed after taste.
This caviar is exclusively farmed in a natural environment where the sturgeon are bred in pens gives generous space to the sturgeon; allowing for more exercise and movement thus producing high-quality caviar with little fat.
What to Drink with Caviar
Champagne (chilled), Vodka (chilled), Dry White Wine (chilled)
What to Eat with Caviar
Caviar has a delicate flavour and should be served with accompaniments that don’t overwhelm its flavour (if with anything at all).
Traditional garnishes include small slices of toast, blinis, unsalted crackers, Crème Fraiche or sour cream. Quails eggs go well with caviar and potatoes are another traditional accompaniment, either baked or boiled new potatoes.
King’s Fine Food regularly performs DNA-testing of all of its caviar and was the first UK food company to introduce this.
How Much to Serve
If you were serving caviar by itself, we would recommend 30-50g per person as a guide. If you were serving the caviar on canapés, we would work on 5g per canapé.