When someone’s yelling over to you suggesting that you don’t use that sterling silver spoon to scoop up some caviar, he or she is not trying to be pretentious. In fact, the type of spoon used to serve caviar can directly affect its flavor. Caviar served on metal spoons may seem fine initially, but it will leave a metallic aftertaste in your mouth, making for quite an unpleasant culinary experience. For a better dining experience, avoid metal spoons and only serve roe using nonmetal surfaces. Mother of pearl spoons are most preferred by caviar eating enthusiasts, though spoons made out of bone or any nonmetallic material are far better than using typical metal dinnerware. Fortunately, Caviar Galore has a vast collection of caviar spoons to choose from, so find a set or two you like, and have them shipped straight to your door.