A great fit for those newly introduced to caviar, as well as connoisseurs, Paddlefish Caviar possesses a smooth, subtle flavor – silky, complex and almost smoky. The small pearls range from green-grey to a steel-grey.
Taste & Texture
Region & Fishery
Although it takes about a decade for the Paddlefish to spawn, they are capable of producing over half a million eggs each year. Incidentally, Paddlefish and Sturgeon are the two most popular choices of caviar in the world.
These small, luxurious pearls are great as a garnish a wide variety of delicacies and hors d’oeuvres. Or go classic and accompany it with toast points, chopped egg, minced onion and crème frâiche.
Caviar isn’t just opulent! It's also rich in calcium and phosphorus, as well as protein, selenium, iron, magnesium, and Vitamins B12 and B6.