The Spoonbill is a peculiar prehistoric fish that thrives in the waters of the Mississippi and Tennessee rivers where it surface feeds using its paddle-shaped nose to collect nutrient-rich food. The resulting caviar is quite delectable: small silvery pearls with a rich, robust, and creamy taste.
Hailing from closed water farms near the Dan River in Northern Israel, this superior offering is not to be missed: it is bright, crisp and is particularly wonderful in its light brown to amber colors. Raised from a brood stock of true wild Russian Osetra sturgeons, we are amazed at how close in flavor and quality these eggs are to the coveted wild “Royal” Osetra.
Lightly toasted, these little buckwheat pancakes are traditional accompaniments to caviar.
An exquisitely rich, cultured cow’s cream with a thick, creamy texture and a tart, slightly nutty flavor.