On July 18, National Caviar Day is to celebrate the incredible finest and most delicacy meal: Caviar is Sturgeon fish roe. There are several species of Sturgeon fish. As a result, the caviar produced varies in colors depending on the species.
What do you do on National Caviar Day?
- Serve it up: Impress your guests and impart the best caviar upon them as they dive into this appetizer experience. 2.
- Dine in-house and cook it on the recipes: Whether you’re a seasoned caviar eater or have never tried it before, take your taste buds on an adventure by ordering here.
- Try them all: There are several types of caviar. Although the small black or gray-colored fish roe is technically the best caviar. These are the Caviar that House Of Caviar brings you.
What is the best type of caviar to celebrate this day?
- Imperial Ossetra Caviar: Golden Imperial Ossetra caviar has rich and large-sized eggs with a firm texture and golden color. The flavor is described as nutty and buttery, and distinct to caviar connoisseurs. We select and grade these small batches of Ossetra to verify it is of the highest quality. This Golden Osetra is top-of-the-line caviar, meticulously selected for epicureans to enjoy.
- River Beluga Caviar: A luscious mixture of Kaluga and Shassetra sturgeon roe that makes for exceptional caviar, commonly known as River Beluga. River Beluga Reserve has a deep jade coloring and is known for its balanced flavor, and the firm, yet creamy texture of each individual grain. The high-quality caviar is among the highest quality you can purchase in the USA.
- Royal Imperial Kaluga: This golden caviar, from the Acipenser Dauricus and Acipenser Schrenckii species, is farm raised in the Chinese Qiandao Lake. Our Royal Imperial, with its large size eggs, is light brown to golden in color and has a firm texture with a creamy buttery finish.
- Royal Siberian Ossetra: Our Siberian Ossetra caviar has a unique clean, crisp nutty flavor. The caviar has medium-sized pearls, is dark brown in color and has a firm texture, and originates from the Siberian Sturgeon. Acipenser Baerii is farm raised in China, Europe, and the USA.
- Amur Kaluga: Our Amur Kaluga caviar has large-sized grains, a firm texture, a brown/gray color, and a fruity, nutty flavor. It is derived from the farm-raised Hybrid Dauricus and Acipenser Schrenckii species native to China and is an excellent choice for National Caviar Day.
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