It’s well known that KC caviar goes very well with a nice glass of champagne, and you may indeed be planning to indulge in this most delicious combination over the festive period, but one company has taken this concept a step further.

Glass of Bubbly recently highlighted a new beverage that is coming on to the market - a champagne mixed with caviar.

This intriguing concoction is known as black fizz, and has been developed by the brand Luvienz. They have mixed caviar with the famous sparkling wine to create a unique tipple that is dark in colour thanks to being infused with caviar.

The news provider notes that the drink isn’t what you might expect - there are no lumps and it isn’t overpowering in terms of the saltiness of the caviar - there is just a hint of the delicacy as you enjoy the sparkling wine.

According to the reviewer, it is “very different and pleasant”, although at more than £800 a bottle, it’s likely to be out of most people’s price range.

You may well rather buy some delicious sustainable caviar that’s produced here in the UK, and pair it with your favourite bottle of champagne this festive season.

Another great tipple to enjoy with this delicacy is vodka, because the spirit complements the caviar’s flavour perfectly. It’s best served ice cold to make sure you enjoy all the flavours of the roe and, naturally, you want to buy a premium vodka.

Chilled sherry can be another good option to enjoy alongside caviar, and is a nice choice at this time of the year.





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