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ranian Imperial Caviar

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How long does caviar last?
Caviar is to best enjoyed fresh. However, unopened, it will last 1 month if you follow storage directions. Opened, it is best to eat it within 24 hours.

How to serve it?-Service and accompaniments
Serve the caviar directly out of refrigeration in small portions or for larger portions place the container directly over ice. You may also place the entire tin inside a presentoir. Do not remove the caviar from the tin as it will damage the eggs. It may be served alone or with blini & crème fraîche or on lightly grilled melba toast.

How do I keep caviar fresh?
Refrigerate between 32 & 36 degrees Fahrenheit - DO NOT FREEZE.

What is the average serving portion?
Fifty grams per person is the very least to serve as a meal. If serving as an appetizer, 30 grams per person should suffice.

Which caviar is best?
This is a matter of taste. Beluga is the most prized of all caviar due its extraordinarily smooth buttery taste. However many caviar connoisseurs prefer the Ossetra for its wonderfully complex taste usually described as nutty or fruity. Sevruga is somewhat in the middle - milder than the Ossetra but more intense than the Beluga. Caviar is a delicacy and many people acquire the taste after trying several varieties.

How do I serve?
To serve, it is important that you use spoons that will not interact with the delicate flavor of caviar. We suggest special coated spoons, such as tortoise shell,, ivory or mother-of-pearl. Avoid metals except for gold, which does not affect the flavor.

Can caviar be frozen?
DO NOT FREEZE CAVIAR.

What additives are present in the foie gras?
Salt, pepper & either port or almognac are sparingly added in order to maintain the products' original purity.

What is the taste difference between Duck and Goose Foie gras?
The goose liver combines sweetness & delicacy; duck liver generally offers more flavor & character.

How should foiegras be served?
Serve in a very simple manner, generally at the beginning of a meal with lightly toasted bread. One good slice of 2 ½ - 3 ½ ounces per person is sufficient. Present without garnishes or any kind of accompaniment that would alter its taste.

What is the shelf life of foie gras?
Our preserved foie gras will age just like fine wines, kept in a dry place, the tin of liver keeps for many years without any problem. Its contents improve with age. However, since we use products from various gourmet houses, please read the directions for storage carefully and store accordingly.

What wines shall I serve with foie gras?
People prefer the vintages Sauternes, Juraçon or Monbazillac, whose mellowness goes well with that of foie gras. If you prefer stronger wines, more invigorating flavors, then use , Bordeaux, Madiran or Cahors which "scrape" the palette a little & offer a pleasant contrast to the foie gras.


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