How to Eat Caviar Like a Tsar
Before champagne, truffles, or even chocolate was plated in front of kings, caviar was the delicacy of choice for ancient royalty.
Tsar Nicoulai Caviar utilizes modern sustainable sturgeon farming techniques to preserve this elegant and classic tradition for generations to come.
Our guide to eating sturgeon caviar brings the old world sophistication of caviar to your kitchen.
So grab your fur coat and brush up on some Russian. Na Zdorovie! “To your health” is the proper toast as you raise up your vodka and commence the feast.
- Use mother-of-pearl, bone, enamel, or even plastic spoons to serve and eat.
- Serve with crème fraiche to compliment the buttery taste of caviar.
- Try caviar in the style of royalty—as a plain dollop on the back of your hand, and followed by a shot of chilled vodka.
- Use a stainless steel or silver spoon. The metallic taste will pass on to the caviar.
- Serve with hard crackers.
- Top with chopped eggs or onions, as they compete with the taste and texture of the caviar.
With the high levels of omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamins D & A, this briny experience will have you proclaiming Ya lyublyu ikru “I love caviar!"