Sevruga Caviar details and Properties
Sevruga caviar a type of caviar with small grey colored eggs and creamy taste has its own unique quality.
It is harvested from sturgeons in Caspian Sea and to be more specific from three kinds of sturgeon
Sevruga sturgeon( Acipenser stellatus ),the Sterlet sturgeon (Acipenser ruthenus) and the Siberian
sturgeon (Acipenser baerii).
Caviar is unfertilized fish eggs. Because sturgeon fishes are at risk of extinction, nowadays farm produced
caviar has become popular. There are some main types of caviar Beluga, Sterlet, Kaluga hybrid,
American osetra, Ossetra, Siberian sturgeon and Sevruga. Sevruga is a type of caviar which is
smaller than the other type named Beluga caviar. Beluga caviar is the rarest caviar; but each type of
caviar has its own characteristics in color and taste.
Why is caviar expensive
Although Sevruga has a lower price than Beluga but it still counted as a luxurious and expensive
nutrition. The rareness, long term harvesting and the healthiness factor all make caviar a delicacy.
Sevruga caviar has a buttery, salty flavor and also the taste of ocean is sensible in just a little spoon of it.
This rich delicacy is full of iron, minerals, amino acid, protein, vitamin B, etc… which is another reason
that makes Sevruga and mainly caviar so valuable.
Origin of best caviar
The best quality of caviar from centuries until now is originated from Iran. Russia has been also a frontier
in this market but recently China is also counted as a large exporter of caviar.
Sevruga is the smallest and finest caviar. Sevruga with its creamy taste and being nutritive is
recommended for everyone to have it in their diet, as regards caviar is expensive and not affordable for
everyone but it’s worth at least to try it once. Moreover because Sevruga is the most harvested kind of
caviar it costs a little less than other caviars but it doesn’t decrease the uniqueness and the indulgence of
sensation of this caviar.