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Monday, September 28, 2009
Going Green - Siberian Caviar
AllBusiness.com recently posted up an article about Siberian Caviar and sustainability in general. The article details farming methods employed by Georgian fisheries which has led to Siberian caviar which rivals those from the Caspian Sea.
MOTE Marine Laboratory, located in Sarasota, Florida, is another leading producer of Siberian Sturgeon (Acipenser Baeri) caviar. Although I have yet to try the caviar from Georgia, I can attest to the quality and taste of Siberian Caviar from MOTE's farm in Florida. Since adding MOTE Siberian Caviar to our variety of caviars, it has quickly become a customer favorite.
The taste is buttery, slightly salty, and extremely silky on the tongue. We often suggest it to those trying caviar for the first time, as it has very subtle "seafood" undertones. Best of all, it comes at a fraction of the price when compared to varieties of Russian and Iranian caviar.