Sevruga caviar comes from the Acipenser Stellatus. This species of esturegon is very rare in sturgeon farms, which makes sevruga caviar a highly demanded caviar. Tasting Sevruga caviar is a beautiful evocation of the wild caviar of yesteryear thanks to its powerful and delicate side which places it among the most sought-after caviars.
Sevruga caviar is distinguished by its powerful notes which will delight the palates of connoisseurs.
Its delicate grain is very small and anthracite in color.
Its small grains of caviar have earned it the reputation of “cheap caviar”. However, it has the reputation acquired in the last century of being a product of connoisseurs because it is extremely tasty.
Extinct today in the wild, it is one of the rarest farmed caviars.
Sevruga Caviar comes from Acipenser Stellatus
Acipenser Stellatus is an anadromous fish that historically originates from the Caspian Sea, the Sea of Azov and the Black Sea. It is the easiest sturgeon to identify thanks to its very elongated shape, its long narrow nose and its star-shaped dorsal plates to which it owes its scientific name of starry sturgeon.
Despite its finer and more slender silhouette than that of other species, in the wild it can reach 2 meters in length.