February Caviar Tasting at Caspian Caviar

I have often been heard to remark how the over all quality of farmed caviar has improved over the last 5 or so years. Once upon a time, the quality of samples was a bit of a lottery. Recently, the samples have been consistently good, providing good competition across the range. However, some samples we received earlier this month were … Continue reading

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Offers and Christmas News

10% OFF OUR AWARD WINNING SIBIRSKYE AND HAMPERS Siberian sturgeon are rather the mainstay of the caviar industry – they produce very good caviar in a relatively short time – only 7 or 8 years! We call ours Sibirskye and its dark eggs deliver a lovely front-of-mouth flavour. If you are yet to try it, now is a good opportunity … Continue reading

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October Caviar Tasting

Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of providing the starter, plus a little caviar knowledge, for a dinner party hosted by a client of ours. In truth, he had bought the “Caviar Tasting Experience” at a charity auction. Caspian Caviar was delighted to provide something a little different for a local charity auction and it turned out to be … Continue reading

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July Caviar Tasting No2

The second caviar that we have tasted this month was a Baerii caviar from France. Baerii is better known as Siberian Sturgeon and it is still found in the rivers of Siberia. However, it has become the staple of the caviar farming industry as it matures relatively quickly and can produce very good caviar. Typically, it is a dark caviar … Continue reading

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Offers for Russia

10% OFF SIBIRSKYE & OSCIETRA CAVIAR Its coming home, its coming home, Sibirskye’s coming home! I dont suppose that you thought for one moment that I could pass up the opportunity to link that rather exciting kick about in Russia with an offer for some caviar. Our Sibirskye would seem the ideal candidate as it is produced by the Siberian … 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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Sibirskye Caviar

This caviar comes from Siberian (Baerii) Sturgeon, which is a main stay of the farming industry, both in its pure form and use in hybridisation. The name, Sibirskye, is simply Siberian in Russian. I thought that up in a rare moment of creativity and have been pleased with myself ever since. The reason that Siberian Sturgeon are used so widely … Continue reading

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