What are Caviar Bumps?
You’re telling me to put caviar where? That’s right. Put the utensil down and roll up your sleeves, we’re doing caviar bumps this holiday season. Perfectly made for caviar purists, this no-fuss experience puts importance on quality. And for good reason. Yes, crème fraiche, red onion, and shaved egg taste divine with decadent sturgeon eggs, but the pure taste and feel of a caviar bump strips down to caviar’s essence.
Among Michelin restaurant tables and trendy bars, gourmands love caviar bumps as the new tasting vessel. The juxtaposition of specialty yet approachable makes it a great addition to any event. Plus, it’s fun! Caviar bumps encourages you to interact with the server and the product on another level. Some even say that your natural temperature warms the eggs for a heightened experience.
Don’t shy away this holiday season; order your favorite caviar and welcome your guests to compare a caviar bump to a blini with all the fixings.
How to Do a Caviar Bump
- Let your tin sit out for 15 minutes
- Open and place on ice.
- Using a mother of pearl spoon, scoop pearls onto your fist, between your thumb and index finger.
- Bottoms up!