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History of Caviar
The Caspian Sea - home to the elegant and majestic Caspian Sea sturgeon is the largest land-locked body of water in the world. The salinity of the water is approximately a quarter of that present in other Oceans. It is over five million years old and is said that, when Alexander the Great, during his conquest of the Persian Empire reached its southern shores, he believed he had reached the end of the world.
The Caspian Sea is home to 75 species of wildlife endemic to its waters and nowhere else. The Caspian Sea Caviar is recognised as being the finest Caviar in the world, whether Iranian Caviar or Russian Caviar origin.
The Love of Caviar
Caviar creates chemistry; it transforms conversations and eludes success. It indicates mystique here, good taste there and elegance everywhere. It astounds some, bemuses others and consistently forges a long-lasting impact. It is Caviar! Rarely a commodity has climbed the summit of the luxury pyramid without promotion, a marketing stunt or a business-plan forecasting its outcome. Finest Caviar, a dinner tables talisman.
The Shah of Persia and Tsars of Russia all enjoyed the King of foods for years and this became a symbol and credential of affluence. Finest Caviar, the ultimate demonstration of worldly achievement and suave attitude to life was a high-ranking consumer product for the ecstatic few.
The moment Caviar appears and served at large functions, there is a major transformation in the atmosphere, the guest often all of a sudden become different, jovial, more affable and so much more fun. The mood of the room will be that of a party, and all troubles seem trivial, affirming the host’s decision to Buy Caviar. Caviar has a tendency to bring out the best in peoples attitude, it leaves no one indifferent, with a mere mention of “Beluga Caviar”, “Imperial Oscietra” or even “Sevruga Caviar” evoke luxury, royalty and prominence.
Fine Caviar requires no accompaniments, just a Mother of Pearl Spoon, a glass of champagne, a little of delightful company, accompanied by a dash of relaxing music.
Types of Caviar
Beluga Caviar a product of its own rarity and exquisite flavour, the mere mention of this name evokes luxury and royalty, with its perfect balance of salt and creamy flavour in harmony, is simply outstanding Fresh Caviar. Buy Beluga Caviar, opting for Sustainable Caviar, one is sure to experience this and feel ethical.
The Imperial Oscietra occasionally referred to as Golden Osetra, or Shah Caviar with its explosion of nutty flavour on the palate creating an aftertaste of sophistication and utter chic.
The Caviar processing plant would extract the roe from the Sturgeon and process it to some of the finest Caviar in the capable hands of the Iranian Caviar masters; with too much salt the fragile balance between salt and roe would be spoiled; not enough salt and the Caviar would mature too early, and it would be sold on the market as Cheap Caviar. Farmed Caviar will soon be available from the shores of the Caspian Sea and Imperial Caviar will be one of the first companies to offer this Fine Caviar. Consumers would be able to buy Caviar Online from Imperial Caviar and select this sustainable Caviar.
An average of 25% of the female Sturgeon’s weight is Caviar. Every type of Caviar has its own unique taste, aroma and very importantly aftertaste. All the Caviar selected by Imperial Caviar arrive in the original large size tins that have to be re-packed at our plant into smaller marketable size tins. When you Buy Caviar Online you are sure to receive our finest selection and whether ordering Caviar online or buying Caviar from one of our prestigious retailers you will enjoy the Best Caviar.
The very best Caviar selected whether it is Wild Caviar or Farmed Caviar is ideally produced in spring and autumn.
Traditionally, Russian Caviar was well known for its long established position, which was later surpassed in the connoisseur’s choice by Fine Iranian Caviar during the 1980’s.
The European consumer price for Russian Caviar had always been higher than Iranian Caviar, until fine Iranian Caviar was recognised by the Caviar connoisseur to be the ultimate caviar.