Original Tin Saint-James
The Saint James caviar is silky and well iodized, with a rich flavor and a superb length in mouth.
“What a punch! A one-of-a-kind, instantaneous iodine, silky grain."
It features soft grains and a distinct consistency due to the fact that it is prepared with extraordinarily fine Persian salt.
This caviar was initially served at the Prunier Restaurant on London's Saint James Street in 1932, and it was later served at King George VI's coronation in May 1937. When it was served at the Prunier restaurant in London, located near Saint James's Royal Palace, it became the norm for English highnesses, politicians, and English aristocracy.
Image: Prunier Saint-James was served in 1937 at the coronation of the King and Queen.
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