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Kaviari Kristal Caviar
Kaviari “Kristal” caviar is made from the eggs of Schrencki, a sturtgeon that starts life in the Amur river between China and Russia, selected and packaged by the Paris-based company, Kaviari. Delectable caviar that is a favorite among Michelin-starred Chefs.
Tasting Notes from the Curator
This much acclaimed caviar is deep golden to dark brown. The mid-sized caviar eggs are plump, briny and buttery, with a nice pop and a clean finish.
As a rare delicacy, caviar is preferably enjoyed with a pearl or wooden spoon. You can enjoy it with warm toasted bread, a blini, or just neat, which is ideal to fully appreciate its flavours. A perfect pairing partner would be your favorite champagne or vodka that will enhance the flavors of the delicacy.
From China to France
The Kristal Caviar comes from sturgeon Acipenser Schrenki which is bred in China. With their traditional fish farming abilities, the Chinese have developed sturgeon farming with the help of the best Russian and Iranian specialists to get a special caviar, with round and rolling grains of good size, of golden color, and mild tasting. This is the caviar that comes closest in taste of wild caviar.
The highest importance is given to the choice of breeders and the Kaviari House only works with those who have the EEC approval, in accordance with the new requirements of sustainable development (natural ecosystems, water and food quality).
Disclaimer on Availability of Rare Items
This product is classified as a Rare Item at The Bow Tie Duck and will only be available in small amounts at a time. Shall there be any “out of stock” notice after purchase, you will be contacted by our Support right away. After which, a refund, product replacement or delivery delay (next shipment) will be put forth, under your choosing.
Place in the coldest part of your fridge. Stored properly, this caviar will maintain its freshness for at most 3 months. Once the tin is opened, it is suggested to be consumed within 48 hours.