30 gr, 50 gr, 100 gr, 200 gr, 300 gr
$175 – $1,600
Imported from Northern Italy; from Caviar Giaveri, their 40-year history in fish farming, offering the world some of the finest, most authentic and genuine caviar the world has ever experienced.
At Caviar Giaveri, all of their sturgeon are from Russian origin, and the sturgeon are sustainably grown using modern fish farming technologies. The caviar is harvested by hand, and packed manually in a controlled environment. Undertaking this meticulous, artisan process, a ritual steeped in tradition and excellence, is the reason why Caviar Giaveri products have been an integral part of the Italian gastronomic culture for over four decades.
Caviar Giaveri Beluga Siberian; the most recognized caviar, largely due to the pea-sized grains from the beluga sturgeon (species Huso huso) which take typically around twenty years to mature. The bright, glistening grains are medium-large and steel-gray to black (with a purple undertone) in colour. This is one of the most expensive, sought-after caviars in the world.
Caviar Giaveri Beluga Siberian has a flavor profile consisting of mild, silky, buttery, oyster-mushroom qualities, with slight hints of earthiness. Using the traditional Russian “Malossol” (literally translated meaning little salt) method –pairs well with the characteristic taste of Beluga. Serve standalone with blini or toast points and a variety of traditional condiments: crème fraiche, hard-boiled egg yolks, egg whites, chives, capers, and shallots or red onions.