Antonius Oscietra Caviar comes from a female of about 12 years old. When you open the tin, it reveals grains 3+ mm wide with reflections of jade. Its delicate fragrance is reminiscent of cream and noisette. In the mouth it rolls on the tongue before melting on the palate, at this time the delicate flavors of butter and minerals remain in the mouth.
It is often called feminine caviar for its delicacy, and is appreciated with fine bubbles.
Latin name: Acipenser Gueldenstaedtii
Common Name: Russian Sturgeon
Flavour: Hazelnuts, buttery
Egg size: 2.8mm
Colour: Light green or Jade
Cites #: GUE/C/PL/2021/0009/CA01
Country of origin: Poland
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