Russian Sturgeon Oscietra Caviar
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Oscietra caviar comes from the Sturgeon farmed in cristal water in Poland bordering Russia. Also known as Russian Sturgeon, it is an ancient species originally native to the Black Sea, the Caspian Sea and the Azov Sea. The farmed sturgeon are a medium-sized fish that can weigh from 44 to 110lbs (50kg), providing a poppy and slightly nutty caviar with colouring that ranges from dark brown to beige. Many consider this to be the most refined caviar. Its roes are medium-sized (between 2.6 to 2.9 millimeters). It requires 9-11 year life cycle to reach the best quality caviar.
Characterized by a firm egg, dark brown in colour with a golden hue and having a rich, nutty, creamy flavour. Originated by the Acipenser Gueldenstaedtii, this was historically the most popular caviar for its taste. Serve atop blinis, mashed potates, oat cakes or unsalted water crackers.
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