The quality of farm-raised caviar has progressed tremendously over recent years, and Americans are not disappointing. Farm raised in Central Valley of California, the California White Sturgeon produces caviar that has a glossy oceanic texture which is near-black in color.
The generous sized roe of the California White Sturgeon, acipenser transmounatus, has a light nutty taste that is strikingly similar to that of the Russian Grade Ossetra caviar. By maintaining the sturgeons diet in a controlled environment, each serving is guaranteed to delight with a fresh, creamy flavor.
Naturally, the White Sturgeon lives along the west coast of North America from the Aleutian Islands to Central California. White Sturgeon can live to be over 100 years old, with the rate of growth dependent on water temperature. Maturity is reached at eight years old, at which time the sturgeon will begin to produce roe. The California White Sturgeon is the largest fresh water fish in North America, with a maximum-recorded weight of 1,798 pounds and over 20 feet in length.
California White Sturgeon Caviar
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Stays fresh refrigerated for up to 2 weeks