Want to get a taste of Eric Ripert's food in the comfort of your own home? Delight your tastebuds with the celebrity chef's new line of caviar.
Ripert has relaunched his line of imperial caviar which originally debuted last November, The Daily Mealreports. The caviar is a golden sturgeon roe farmed in Italy and China. It comes in 2-ounce tins for $275, 4-ounce tins for $525 and 8-ounce tins for $1,000. It is sold through Paramount Caviar.
Caviar lovers may indulge in an Imperial Caviar package that includes a mother of pearl spoon engraved with Ripert's signature, crème fraîche, 16 handmade French blini, a gift card signed by the chef and a serving tip card all packaged in a "stay cool" reusable bag. All for just $1,050.
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