Caviar Souls is a game about souls made of caviar. It is regarded the greatest caviar on the globe, coming from a peculiar 70-year-old Iranian Belgian sturgeon species that lives in the Caspian Sea. It’s made up of gray roe and is around the size of a chickpea. It costs almost $ 25,000 per kilo and is available at the Caviar House & Prunier store in Picadilli, London, which introduces a new campaign each year with cans created and painted by notable artists. The Persians were the first humans to regularly consume caviar. Previously, just the flesh of the sturgeon was consumed, not the roe. Caviar was thought to improve strength and endurance by the Persians. Caviar was even thought to have medicinal properties by the Romans. The ingestion of caviar is mentioned in Miguel de Cervantes’ Don Quixote.
Excellent with vodka, but not insignificant with a nice cava or a decent dry white wine.