Caviar Baeri White
Fresh and tasty tasting
Thanks to extensive training from leading French firms, Kasnodar Caviar benefits from this expertise to bring out the magic of this rare dish.
LATIN NAME: Acipenser Baerii
COLOUR: Dark brown
FLAVOUR: Pure and mainly tangy
INGREDIENTS : Sturgeon eggs, 100% pure salt from Diego Suarez, Madagascar, or sea salt without additives from Madagascar, or laboratory salt, preservative (E285), allergen : fish
AVERAGE NUTRITIONAL VALUES PER 100 G
- Energy: 1127 KJ
- Protein: 26 gr
- Carbohydrates: 1.1 gr (incl. sugar 0.7 g)
- Fat: 18 g (incl. saturated fatty acids 4,2 g)
Kasnodar Caviar is initially eaten neat.
A dab of caviar is placed directly on the skin on the the back of the hand, at the corner of the thumb. Then bring your hand to your lips to taste the fine product. In this way, nothing alters its taste and you will have the pleasure to discover its many nuances.
Do not use a metal, silver or stainless steel spoon as this will oxidise the caviar. The tasting utensil par excellence is the mother-of-pearl spoon, a noble material and fascinating because of its iridescent reflections.
Place the tin of caviar on ice, let it breathe for 5 minutes with the lid open and enjoy. Once the can is opened, consume within 24 hours.
In order to fully appreciate this fine dish 30 grams per person, 10 grams are enough to discover it.
When you buy it, your caviar comes in a cool bag with a gel pack. The gel pack should never be in direct contact with the can. At home, keep the caviar in the refrigerator between 0°C to 4°C. Check the use-by-date on the back of the can. Once the can is opened, use withing 24 hours.
Kasnodar Caviar encourages you to respect the selective sorting of caviar tins once they have been consumed.
If you are travelling within the European Union or on French territory from France, you are allowed to carry as much caviar as you wish. Outside the European Union, you may travel with a maximum of 125g of caviar per person in your personal hold baggage. In Madagascar, if you are flying domestically, there is no limit to the amount of caviar you can carry. These security measures have been put in place to prevent international trafficking.
It is recommended that caviar is packed flat in your luggage, otherwise the grains may be damaged. If you are going on a long journey, it is advisable to put at least two to three gel packs in the cooler bag.