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Snake River Royal White Sturgeon Caviar$95.00–$3,350.00
Inconspicuously located in Hagerman near the Snake River Valley in southern Idaho, a trout and catfish farmer quietly began producing caviars from White Sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) that was initially being cultivated by the State of Idaho to reintroduce stocks into the wild. Aquaculturist Leo Ray turned his attention from raising species such as rainbow trout,…
Classic American White Sturgeon$85.00–$2,900.00
Raised and harvested in aqua farms located in Idaho, the White Sturgeon yields beautiful roe much like the finest Osetra. Fed on a natural diet in ponds of filtered artesian well water, this is an American White Sturgeon caviar that consists of quality and freshness, with medium sized, rich brown-black eggs exhibiting a creamy yet…
Black Opal Siberian Caviar$75.00–$1,300.00
Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch “Best Choice!” Mote Marine has teamed up with Healthy Earth in Sarasota, Florida to bring you Black Opal Caviar! Healthy Earth is fast becoming a world leader in developing sustainable and economically viable sources of seafood, even as overfishing, pollution and a growing global appetite for seafood is putting ever…
Spoonbill (Paddlefish) Caviar$65.00–$2,200.00
The Spoonbill is a wild freshwater sturgeon that thrives in the waters of the Mississippi and Tennessee rivers where it surface feeds using its paddled shaped nose to collect nutrient-rich food. Prized for its elegant flavor at a manageable price, this caviar exhibits many of the characteristics of its Caspian cousins. At first glance, it…
Sea Trout Roe$40.00–$190.00
This is a true Sea Trout Roe, produced by coldwater Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) raised in Denmark. Petite in size compared to the larger roe of the Salmon, it has the same vibrant, translucent golden orange color. It has a firm texture with a satisfying “pop”, is flavorful but milder than the strong flavor of…
Our finest Alaskan chum salmon roe has a vibrant golden orange color and a very large grain approximately the size of a pearl. It is low in salt, with a firm texture. The classic taste exhibits both a strong flavor of salmon complimented by a natural, almost honey sweetness on the palate.
Golden Whitefish Roe$35.00–$85.00
Taken from the pristine cold water Great Lakes of Michigan, the Whitefish produces a renowned roe often called “Golden Caviar”. A favorite for its dramatic color and firm, “popping” texture, this petite, yellow-gold roe has a mild and pleasing flavor.
Flying Fish Roes (Tobikko)$25.00–$125.00
Popular for use on sushi or a garnish, flying fish roe has a distinctive firm texture and clean resilient shine. Our Wasabi Tobikko (shown) is infused with Japanese horseradish and has a distinctive green color. Red and Orange Tobikkos are mildly salted and have bold coloring. Available in 100 gram jars or 500 gram packs.