Osetra Caviar


The Osetra sturgeon is smaller than the Beluga and weighs from fifty to two hundred pounds.

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The female Caspian Sea Osetra sturgeon is smaller than the Beluga, requiring up to ten years to mature and produce eggs, reaching lengths of up to seven feet and weighing from fifty to two hundred pounds.

Caspian Osetra offer a medium to large grain caviar that may be light to dark brown in color often with golden highlights, and sometimes although rare even jet black. The Osetra Caviar eggs tend to be firmer overall constitution in contrast to most of the the other sturgeon species and present a deep and complex full flavored tasting experience.

Caviar Russe

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    Exceptionally rare, these large, pale, golden albino caviar eggs, strikingly light and golden in hue, offer a unique tasting op...

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    The most sought after and elegant of Caspian Osetra deliver firm, platinum-hued caviar pearls which present a delicate buttery ...

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    Historically reserved royalty, the unique golden caviar eggs of the Caspian Osetra remain firm and distinctive, with complex an...

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    Light in cast, medium to large in grain, the amber hued caviar eggs of the Caspian Osetra offer a mild yet precise indulgence, ...

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    Deep brown in color, medium to large in size, Classic Osetra delivers caviar that is nutty and full flavored boasting tradition...