The Parisian branch of the fine food retailer Petrossian, known for its prestigious caviar, has presented three extraordinarily generous tins of its star product. The largest, “Ivan the Terrible,” contains 10kg of Petrossian’s Tzar Imperial caviar, making it the world’s largest caviar tin according to its maker.
The other two tins in this unusual line are also named for tsars and tsarinas. “Catherine the Great” contains a whopping 5kg of the delicacy, while the one named after Alexander contains 2.5kg.
An exceptional product deserves exceptional packaging, of course. Each piece in this limited edition will be hand packed, and each label hand lithographed and numbered.
Each tin is prepared upon order, and prices are available on request. To put things into perspective, the least expensive caviar tin on Petrossian’s Paris website, containing just 12g, costs €24.