Species: Sevruga sturgeon, Acipenser stellatus
Origin of the species: Black, Caspian and Azov Seas and their tributaries, as well as the Aegean and Ionian Seas.
Size of the fish: rarely over 25 kg, a fragile and delicate fish to raise.
Roe diameter: small, 2.3mm/2.6mm
Color: varies from light to anthracite grey
Texture: delicate egg structure
Character: highly desired aromatic notes
Aromatic notes: rich and complex flavors of the sea with a slight touch of hazelnut and iodine. Slightly reminiscent of anchovies
Flavor notes: Sevruga is known to have the strongest flavor profile among all of Calvisius caviar. Rich and complex flavors of the sea with a slight touch of hazelnut and iodine. Slightly reminiscent of anchovies. These small delicate beads deliver what the Sevruga enthusiast expects. A connoisseurs caviar.