Sevruga Caviar

Sevruga caviar

Sevruga caviar is of a small grain that is most often dark grey and is very flavorful, offering an abundantly rich profile with excellent balance and finish.

Acipenser stellatus

The female Sevruga sturgeon, also known as the Stellate or Star Sturgeon, inhabits the Caspian Sea in the wild, predominately spawning to the Volga and Ural rivers. Sevruga has been traditionally known to be the most common of the commercial sturgeon species of the Caspian, and yet least common produced by aquaculture.

Sevruga are generally smaller and mature earlier than the Osetra after only 7 years, and given their early maturation, they have in past been the most plentiful of wild stocks.

Sevruga in the wild may grow to lengths of up to 5 feet and at a weight of close to 150 lbs. They are most distinguished by their long snout and elongated form.

Sevruga caviar is of a small grain that is sometimes light in color but most often dark grey and is very flavorful, offering an abundantly rich profile with excellent balance and finish.

The eggs of the Sevruga are a wonderful treat when available.

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