American Sturgeon Hors d'Oeuvres Set

California Caviar Company
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American Sturgeon Hors d'Oeuvres Set

$219.75
$142 Gilt
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American Sturgeon Hors d'Oeuvres Set:

Includes:

  • 4 2/5 ounces of Paddlefish
  • 30-pack of petite French blini, a perfect accompaniment when toasted
  • 7 1/2 ounces of Crème Fraiche
  • 4 handcrafted Mother-of-Pearl Spoons, each measuring 5 inches in length

Features:

Paddlefish, the most assertive of all American caviar, has a small gray bead and a sharp, briny finish similar to its distant Caspian cousin. Pairs beautifully with anything from smoked fish and fresh oysters to a glass of Rosé. Caught according to sustainable fishing practices in the vast Mississippi-Missouri river systems.

Bellwether Crème Fraiche, a classic French-style cultured cream, has a rich, nutty flavor with an appealing tart edge. Made by Bellwether Farms, makers of award winning artisan cheeses. Rounds out the caviar's flavor without overpowering it.

Shelf life: Unopened and refrigerated, your caviar will last 4-6 weeks. Once you open it and expose it to air, you should eat it within 4 days. Recommended storing temperature is 28-32 degrees, keep in the coldest part of the refrigerator between two ice packs.

All orders will be shipping via overnight service on December 20th for delivery on December 21st

Brand: California Caviar Company

Origin: United States

The California Caviar Company believes in responsible luxury. The San Francisco-based producer and distributor of gourmet foods is changing how we consume this decadent delight, offering sustainably sourced domestic caviars (including white sturgeon, hackleback, paddlefish, whitefish, and a palate-friendly combination of roes), as well as sought-after Iranian and Russian Osetra and sevruga. The company has also teamed with preeminent French chef Jacques Pépin to create a versatile pressed caviar, payusnaya.