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Caspian Caviar and Plastic Use

The issue of plastic usage and its disposal is all the rage at the moment, and quite right too. While the Blue Planet provided a loud wake up call to our politicians and the general public, you only have to take a short drive at this time of year to see the problem much closer to home. Our hedgerows, now … Continue reading

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I’m Dreaming of a White Easter…

No, no – not more of that white muck that falls from the sky! We have had more than enough of that, thank you. I refer to our Caspian Caviar White , which is a remarkably good caviar at a crazy price, which I have just made even more extraordinary by knocking 10% off the price, but for this week … Continue reading

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IS THE PRICE OF BELUGA WORTH PAYING?

Firstly, lets consider why Beluga Caviar is so expensive. The reason is two fold: it is perceived to be the best caviar and it takes a very long time for Beluga sturgeon to mature. Is it the best? I guess that really comes down to personal preference, but the appearance and taste of really good Beluga is hard to beat … Continue reading

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OFFERS FOR MOTHER’S FESTIVAL

Mother’s Festival?? I know most people will be talking about Mother’s Day this week, which is all well and good, but it is not quite as exciting as what comes next – Cheltenham Festival. This neck of the woods comes alive with the excitment of hosting four days of great racing. While my Mother may make polite noises about her … Continue reading

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5 more Caviar Questions & Answers from Caspian Caviar

My last blog with 5 Questions & Answers all about caviar went down rather well, so here are another 5 Questions and Answers covering other aspects of caviar. Are there any traditions to eating caviar? (such as tableware, etc) Yes. Caviar is traditionally served on ice. This leads some people to believe that if it is not ice cold at … Continue reading

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5 Caviar Questions and Answers from Caspian Caviar

What does caviar taste like? On the face of it, this seems such a simple question, but it is really rather a tricky one to answer. The simple, if rather facetious, answer is “Like caviar”. The problem is that it really tastes like nothing else so it is very hard to describe. In our efforts to convey the taste, we … Continue reading

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Is all caviar farmed?

We still do get asked this question by customers, and the simple answer is “Yes”. Although many people still firmly associate caviar with Russia, Iran and the Caspian Sea, the reality today is very different. Some twenty years ago, the restrictions on fishing for wild sturgeon in the Caspian became looser. At much the same time, many of the countries … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day Special

Love is in the air………but help is at hand! Valentine’s Day Offer on Royal Oscietra and selected Caviar Gifts Dont say it with Flowers Dont say it with Chocs Much better results With a large Caviar Gift Box! The poetry might not be up to much, but the caviar is great! With Valentine’s Day looming, we have knocked 10% off … Continue reading

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Caspian Caviar Gold Cup

GOLDEN OFFERS FOR THE CASPIAN CAVIAR GOLD CUP 1.55pm Saturday will see 17 runners compete for the 2017 Caspian Caviar Gold Cup at Cheltenham. What better excuse could I need for running a quick offer on our Caspian Gold caviar? I know it lacks symmetry, but just to make it an even better offer, we have extended it to our … Continue reading

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Caspian Caviar White

LAUNCH: Caspian Caviar White You may recall that last Christmas, and then again at Easter, we were able to source a small quantity of fantastically priced caviar that we then called “Privilege”. It was from a stock of Transmontanus sturgeon in Italy. We had such good feedback that we have been working with the producers to secure a bigger supply. … Continue reading

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