If your sandwich falls caviar down, then life is good.
Caviar is one of the most luxurious delicacies. It is an unusual and elegant way to wow your guests or to make a really original gift. Moreover, caviar is suitable literally for any occasion from New Years Eve to a very intimate celebration of St.Valentine's Day or just weekends. Although caviar is loved by most people, not everyone knows how to eat it correctly and store it in the right way.
Three Ways to eat caviar
Fine high-quality caviar is always served alone at very cold temperatures, you can use a non-metal bowl for this goal and set it on the top of crushed ice.
White wines with dry notes are excellent for pairing with a caviar that's a bit more on the briny side. (Go for Riesling and Chablis, Sauvignon blanc, Chenin Blanc, generally valley of Rhone, avoid Chardonnay or strong oaky notes)
Champagne's bubbly effervescence is a perfect pairing with buttery, nutty and creamy caviar.
Vodka is another excellent complement for caviar, especially when selecting a very clean and smooth high-end vodka served ice cold.
Caviar in combination with high-quality spirits will give gourmets a real pleasure.
Caviar is a delicacy that can be combined with a large number of side dishes.
Common accessories include crème fraîche/cream/sour cream, egg yolk, egg white, chopped onion, chopped green onion, lemon, capers, pancakes, and mini toast. And much more, caviar opens up wide possibilities for the chef's imagination.