You may already know this unique product under different names: Snail Caviar, Snail Eggs, Pearls of France or White Caviar. The delicate salting with French Guerande Sea Salt (Fleur de sel) exalts the natural flavors of the Pearls. The greatest care is given to the preparation of the white Caviar to ensure that professionals and connoisseurs of exceptional products never forget the experience of the original taste of the Pearls of France.
Experience new sensations!
The second you bite into it, the roe literally burst in your mouth and leave you with a flavor often described as a stroll in the woods after the rain which means a subtle earthy taste. It has a sensation of fresh dew, a journey through autumn aroma.
Net weight: 30 g / 1.05 oz.
50 g / 1.76 oz.
100 g / 3.50 oz.
Packaging: Tin can
Origin: Charente-Maritime, France
Escargot roe, French sea salt, water
Egg Diameters: 4-6 mm / 0.15-0.20”
Storage Condition: Temperature between 4 and 6°C. (39.2 and 42.8°F.)
Shelf-life: 6 months after harvesting, 15 days once the tin has been opened
Ref# BE-030 · 30 g / 1.05 oz.
BE-050 · 50 g / 1.76 oz.
BE-100 · 100 g / 3.50 oz.
How to enjoy escargot Caviar?
The Escargot Caviar is a new and exciting ingredient that is gaining popularity in modern gastronomy.
It has this exquisite flavor that can add a touch of luxury to infinite of appetizer dishes, such as cold cucumber soup shots, tuna tartar, lime jello, spinach sweet dip, duck confit.
You can also enjoy your snail caviar on its own, or you can add a touch of cream and savor it with a spoon. It goes well with blinis and you can even serve it with toast.
Snail Caviar and Champagne are one of the latest trends in fine dining!