Oscietra sturgeon caviar, or russian sturgeon caviar, is a high-quality and one of the most sought-after delicacies in the world, and a truly exclusive product.
Oscietra or Russian sturgeon (Acipenser gueldenstaedtii) is a rather large fish of the sturgeon family. Its average weight is about 12 kg.
Fish enter rivers from the sea in the wild only for spawning. Most females spawn from age of 8-10 years every four to five years.
It was Osietra caviar that gave rise to industrial sturgeon farming, as the caviar of this species is of outstanding gastronomic value and exceptionally high quality. Many caviar connoisseurs rate it even higher than Beluga caviar.
What does Oscietra Sturgeon Caviar look like?
What makes the caviar special is:
- the size of the roe, 1.5 - 2.5 mm;
- with an elastic shell;
- the colour palette varies from blue-grey to greyish-brown tones;
- a distinct nutty flavour and rich aroma.
Health benefits of Osietra Sturgeon Caviar
Russian Sturgeon Caviar is rich in nutrients, such as
- polyunsaturated Omega-3 fatty acids;
- minerals, including potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron and iodine;
- group A, B, E and D vitamins.
Its balanced composition and richness in vitamins and micronutrients make caviar one of the most valuable immunity-boosting products.