Caviar Tips

Preserve, prepare, match and serve caviar. Here are the essential tips.

The eternal match with champagne, premium wine, or vodka, which is ritual use in jet-set events, and the most important celebrations and upper-class social gatherings, are the most classical occasions for enjoying our caviar.

It is very important to keep caviar in the fridge, not in the freezer. This is perfect temperature is the key to keeping the nuances of flavor and the consistency of this delicious food.

Caviar can be tasted on its own, preferably using mother-of-pearl spoons (avoid steel as it can alter the flavor), and served on a bed of ice. Or present it with lightly buttered toasted bread, hard-boiled eggs, blinis, or boiled potatoes, all simple recipes that will enhance the refinement of your table.


Maintaining the “cold chain” as much as possible is an important factor for any caviar and ours is no exception.

When the package arrives at your place the product is temperature-controlled and maintained by special packaging insulation. In this way, it preserves the natural flavor, texture, and fragrance of the eggs, the vibrant color, and the quality of this delicious food.

Some simple tips will help you to extend the pleasure of the prestigious caviar you have chosen: Remove the package from the protective cover and place it in the refrigerator (NOT in the FREEZER).

Keep the unopened product in the refrigerator until the expiration date (120 days from the date of product packaging). Once opened, keep it refrigerated and consume WITHIN 3 or 4 DAYS.