Fresh, sustainable caviars that come from farm raised sturgeon in Italy.
All use strictly traditional techniques including the important method “Malossol” Russian word that means “little salt”.
- Da Vinci Caviar
- Comes from the Adriatic Sturgeon – Acipenser Nacaarii.
- An Italian species which is typical in the Adriatic sea.
- This is our least expensive caviar.
- The taste is intense with smooth consistency.
- Egg size is characterized as medium at 2.4 mm.
- Colouring is clear in shades of brown to black.
- This fish requires a 10 year life cycle.
- Comes from the White Sturgeon – Acipenser Transmontanus
- This caviar comes from the white sturgeon, a species from the Pacific coasts of North America.
- This is the longest living of the sturgeon species, up to 100 years old, is 800 kg and up to 6 metres long.
- Taste is elegant and delicate
- Egg size is large at 3 mm.
- Colouring varying from dark grey to black.
- This fish requires a 11 year life cycle.
- Comes from the Oscietra Sturgeon – Acipenser Gueldensteadtii
- It comes from the sturgeon of the same name also known as Russian sturgeon.
- It’s a medium size fish at 50 kg.
- Taste is slightly nutty.
- Egg size is medium at 2.6-2.9 mm.
- Colouring varies from dark brown to beige.
- This fish requires a 9-11 year life cycle.
- Sevruga Caviar
- Comes from the Starry sturgeon- Acipenser stellatus.
- it’s a sturgeon that rarely exceeds 25 kg.
- this caviar boasts a rather aromatic flavour.
- the eggs are small at approx 2 mm.
- the color varies from light to charcoal grey.
- This sturgeon is extremely delicate to breed and it takes on average 7-9 years to mature.