Sturgeon caviar

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Osetra is a very expensive kind of caviar; only the Beluga caviar lies at a higher price point. 50 grams of the golden caviar start at a price point of more than £30. Caviar is sold in different colours, which range from a dark brown to a golden color.

How do you best serve Osetra caviar?

How do you best serve Osetra caviar?

Now the following questions might be dangling in your head: how do I best serve it? How should I eat it? A lot of people describe the flavor of this caviar as earthy, nutty and even rather fruity. You could serve it on a blini with a sprinkle of creme fraiche. Sometimes, chopped onions and eggs are added to that. You should always enjoy your caviar cold because if you serve it hot, the flavor might get lost.

Where is the Osetra caviar produced?

Where is the Osetra caviar produced?

Italy houses the biggest caviar farm in Europe and even produces 15% of the world's caviar. That means they produce 28 tons of caviar every year. There are, of course, many other caviar farms all over Europe that help to create the Osetra caviar that you are enjoying.

What is sturgeon caviar?

What is sturgeon caviar?

Sturgeon caviar is expensive because it takes more time to harvest than regular caviar. This type of caviar uses the fish eggs that still carry the blanket of cells. The sturgeon fish is also the oldest kind of fish on earth! Apparently they already coexisted with dinosaurs. Did you know that a female sturgeon takes twenty years to be mature enough to lay eggs? Another reason for that caviar to be so expensive!

Which sturgeon caviar is the best?

Which sturgeon caviar is the best?

That is probably a question people could fight about because it is all a matter of taste. However, Beluga caviar is the most expensive and Osetra caviar hits a close second. From that perspective, those two types are probably the best. They both excel in quality but in the end, it is all a matter of taste.

Which sturgeon is used for caviar?

Which sturgeon is used for caviar?

Every type of sturgeon roes can be used for caviar. The only exception is made by the poisonous green sturgeon roe, of course. The beluga, Osetra, and sevruga sturgeons are the three most commonly used sturgeons for caviar. Of course, the Siberian sturgeon is popular as well.

Who are the sturgeon caviar exporters in Europe?

Who are the sturgeon caviar exporters in Europe?

China is the country that produces the most caviar. But what countries are great caviar exporters within Europe? Western Europe is actually famous for its caviar exports! And Italy has the biggest caviar farm. Also, the Russian Osetra caviar is really popular.

Gifting Caviar?

Gifting Caviar?

Who does not like a gift that comes with a luxury standard? Caviar is one of those! That is why you can even buy caviar gift sets to make someone happy. Did you know it is especially fancy to eat caviar from a pearl spoon? Obviously a lot of gift sets even include a pearl spoon for the full-on luxury experience.