Antonius Albinos Caviar
You have already heard of the white truffle but did you know that there is also an equally unique white caviar?
Albino caviar comes from a female of about 8 years old, resulting from a crossing of the two most prestigious species of sturgeon.
With fine, firm grains that roll off the tongue, the Albino is very delicate.
Notes of slightly iodized butter emerge from the first bite.
Albino is so rare that it must be consumed in the royal style with a cup of brut champagne at the start of the meal.
The Albino will not leave anyone indifferent.
Latin name: Huso-Huso x Acipenser Ruthenus
Common Name: Albino
Flavour: Butter, minerals
Egg size: 2.3 mm (8 years old female)
Colour: Gold, cream coloured.
Cites #: HUS x RUT/C/PL/2021/0009/CA07
Country of origin: Poland
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