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What Kind Of Caviar Does LH Serve In F?

Sat May 12, 2012 4:38 pm

I was on an LH flight to BLR recently and was glad to see that that they had a proper caviar service. The caviar was delicious and I was wondering if anybody knew what they usually serve.   

Thanks

ps I am just a poor sod with a lot of miles...
 
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RE: What Kind Of Caviar Does LH Serve In F?

Sat May 12, 2012 4:44 pm

When I last flew LH in F it was an Italian farm raised Sturgeon caviar.

It was certainly very delicious!
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RE: What Kind Of Caviar Does LH Serve In F?

Sat May 12, 2012 6:50 pm

I could only find this

In der First wird nicht immer der persische oder russische Kaviar aus dem Kaspischen Meer gereicht, bisweilen wird auch Zuchtkaviar aus Italien angeboten. Das ist keinesfalls ein Manko. Die Eier des gezüchteten Stör sind qualitativ sehr hochwertig und oft 'reiner' als das Original. Insbesondere der lombardische Kaviar ist bei Kennern hochbeliebt.

It says that they serve Persian or Russian caviar from the Caspian sea, but that they also serve farm-raised Lombardian sturgeon caviar. They're apparently of high quality and often more pure than the 'original'.
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RE: What Kind Of Caviar Does LH Serve In F?

Sat May 12, 2012 6:57 pm

It's usually Italian farmed caviar. It's quite nice, but it can be a bit gloopy at times.
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RE: What Kind Of Caviar Does LH Serve In F?

Sun May 13, 2012 6:21 am

Thank you all for your posts, much appreciated!

Incidentally, the aircraft was on was quite old, and the F cabin upstairs had these ugly disco-looking F seats. Also, each passenger had two seats: the seat alongside was prepped as a bed. This was on the FRA-BLR leg of my journey.

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