China, which for a long time remained in decline, is now one of the largest caviar producers. If China's aquaculture know-how was once renowned in carp farming, the country of the rising sun has now made a name for itself in sturgeon farming. An estate that has been growing since the 1950s.
Thanks to the experience of the Russians and Iranians, renowned experts in the field, the Chinese now provide an exceptional caviar recognized and appreciated by connoisseurs and fine gourmets and served on the most prestigious tables.
Schrenki caviar Known as "Schrenki", Chinese caviar comes from sturgeons raised in the fresh water of the Love River. A river located on the border of China and Russia.
It is a caviar with golden colours, a mixture of gold and amber tones. In the mouth, when these crunchy little grains explode, it gives off a delicate nut, hazelnut and almond flavour. Its taste is very similar to that of Osciètre caviar.
It is enjoyed like any other caviar, with a small mother-of-pearl spoon gently and horizontally inserted into the small pot that contains it.