The Sevruga sturgeon is a rarely farmed species. Thanks to Caviar de Neuvic, Sevruga lovers can enjoy this exceptional caviar.
Sevruga caviar comes from the Acipenser Stellatus sturgeon. After disappearing from the wild, it is now one of the rarest farmed caviars. It should be noted that, at one time, Sevruga accounted for 60% of the wild production of the Caspian Sea.
The Sevruga Caviar, an evocation of wild caviar
The powerful notes of Sevruga caviar will delight the palates of connoisseurs. Its delicate eggs are small in size and anthracite-grey in colour. It is known for its pronounced iodine taste. Sevruga caviar is most often appreciated by consumers seeking a caviar with a "full-bodied" taste.
From the Acipenser Stellatus sturgeon, tinned in Neuvic, France.
It is best to take your caviar box out of the fridge 5 minutes before serving. Arrange it on a bed of ice that will keep it fresh throughout the tasting. Prefer a small mother-of-pearl spoon that will not break the eggs and will not be subject to oxidation.
|Per 100 g|
|Calorific values (Kcal)||256||Lipids (g) including of saturated fat (g)||8,1 (4,1)|
|Calorific values (Kj)||1079||Carbohydrates (g) including sugar (g)||1,8 (0,1)|
|Proteins (g)||23,4||Salt (g)||3,5|
- Sturgeon roe (Acipenser Stellatus), salt, E285
- In the refrigerator between 0 and 4°C. After opening, consume within 48h
- BBD Guarantee
- 4 months
- Available in
- 30g, 50g, 100g and 250g
HELENE S. published the 24/12/2020 following an order made on 13/12/2020
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