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Upcoming caviar tasting events.

We have been receiving loads of requests to arrange caviar tastings. And as i'm very passionate about caviar I thought it was about time. We have planned to do our first spring tasting in a very central location near London Bridge towards the end of April.  We want to ensure that it's affordable and fun. No only is it a chance to try caviar (if you haven't tried it before but also to try several and maybe find one that is your favourite. Many people have the preconception that it's just fishy tasting eggs. But it's much more than that, it's a story of years of hard work and patience before the caviar gets on to your spoon. It can...

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Caviar of the Month. February: Superior Freshwater Beluga. A stunner.

This is a less known Caviar, but from the feedback and tastings we have been doing over the last 8 months there is no doubt, this is a truly amazing caviar. When we ell people that the Superior Freshwater Beluga Caviar is from China, many come with a slight frown. The General impression is hat the Chinese can't really make proper caviar. But the truth is that a lot of the worlds best caviar comes from China nowadays. And it's a lot more affordable than many of the European brands.  The Chinese farms were in many cases started up by Russians and Iranians, the water is great and there is plenty of space. Hence it's a lot more cost-effective to...

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What a great event at lots road Auction on Sunday the 20th.

As usual we had an amazing time at Lots Road Auction House in Chelsea on Sunday. Our team of 5, with 2 new members were as usual made to feel welcome straight away. Mainly thanks to Mr Nick Carer the head auctioneer and the main personality of the Auction House. It's a pure treasure trove of luxury and must-have's. Now I know where to go when I can finally afford to kit out my little east London apartment.  We also had a few other newbie's along for their first time. The first was our new Royal Baerii caviar which is so much different than a traditional Baerii or Siberian Sturgeon as it is also known. Everyone just loved it. But then...

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