White Sturgeon Caviar
The White Sturgeon is a Sturgeon fish that lives along the west coast of North America from the Aleutian Islands to central California. It is the largest freshwater fish in North America and is the third largest species of Sturgeon, after the Beluga and the Kaluga. The White Sturgeon is known to reach a maximum size of 816 kg (1,798 lb) and 6.1 m (20.1 ft). Farm-raised White Sturgeon, native to California, produces this elegant caviar that evokes the taste of the finest Osetra, that’s smooth and robust. It has a slightly firm, but delicate texture, with fine distinguishable eggs. The flavour of farmed caviar has been described as ranging from buttery to nutty, not too salty, and can be compared to the taste of Northern Divine Gold Label Caviar.