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In the world of exquisite fish delicacies, stellate sturgeon caviar rightly takes its honorable third place. It delights with its soft eggs of small size 1.5-1.8 mm, pleasantly melting in your mouth. Amazing color can vary from black to dark gray and even platinum. This noble delicacy has a very delicate and exquisite taste, in which fish notes and light shades of iodine are easily traced. The taste of stellate sturgeon caviar is simply impossible to forget, as it certainly leaves its indelible impression.

Sevruga, although the “smallest” representative of sturgeon, which can grow up to 1-1.5 meters in length and weigh 10 kg at the most, is one of the most popular caviar producers in a fishery.

The price of this caviar is slightly lower in comparison with beluga and sturgeon caviars. However, the taste qualities are not at all inferior and have their characteristic peculiarities. Stellate sturgeon caviar is difficult to confuse with any other. Some people consider its taste rather intense, others admire the softness and elasticity of the eggs, as well as the unsurpassed aroma of iodine, which perfectly complements the pronounced fish motif. Although it belongs to black caviars, the caviar of stellate sturgeon often looks more grayish and sometimes even platinum, because the color depends on the age of the fish.
 

The value of stellate sturgeon caviar

Like any black caviar, stellate sturgeon caviar has an endless list of useful properties. Vitamins A, B, E, D, PP will take care of your immunity system and external beauty. Calcium, potassium, iodine, iron, and phosphorus will excellently nourish your body and support the work of the vessels and the thyroid gland. Sturgeon caviar is recommended for people with low hemoglobin levels. The incredibly useful Omega-3 and Omega-6 acids, which are not produced by our body, are known to prevent cancer and ensure the proper functioning of the heart.

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