Sturgeon & caviar species
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THE VARIETY OF OUR CAVIAR VARIETIES

Each of our sturgeon species produces a unique caviar with an unmistakable taste. The varieties differ in grain size, texture, skin firmness and color. Caviar is distinguished between mild and spicy. Mild caviar is preferably eaten pure, while spicier caviar can be perfectly combined with a neutral side dish.

Beluga

DESIETRA Beluga is the noblest and most expensive caviar we produce in our house. Its grain, with a size over 3.2 mm, is the largest among the sturgeon caviar varieties. This is not very surprising, since it is also the largest fish of its kind. A full-grown Beluga (lat. Huso huso) easily weighs a ton and more. Its taste is creamy and juicy. Its color spectrum ranges from steel gray to black and black-brown.

Beluga

DESIETRA Beluga is the noblest and most expensive caviar we produce in our house. Its grain, with a size over 3.2 mm, is the largest among the sturgeon caviar varieties. This is not very surprising, since it is also the largest fish of its kind. A full-grown Beluga (lat. Huso huso) easily weighs a ton and more. Its taste is creamy and juicy. Its color spectrum ranges from steel gray to black and black-brown.

Osietra

DESIETRA Osietra is derived from the Russian sturgeon (lat. Acipenser gueldenstaedtii), whereby we are one of the few producers worldwide to offer genuine Osietra caviar. Its grain with a size of over 2.7 mm convinces with its typical nutty taste and its pleasantly firm skin, which is very popular with connoisseurs. Its taste is considered fine and elegant, yet expressive. The color spectrum ranges from olive green and light brown to gray and black.

Osietra

DESIETRA Osietra is derived from the Russian sturgeon (lat. Acipenser gueldenstaedtii), whereby we are one of the few producers worldwide to offer genuine Osietra caviar. Its grain with a size of over 2.7 mm convinces with its typical nutty taste and its pleasantly firm skin, which is very popular with connoisseurs. Its taste is considered fine and elegant, yet expressive. The color spectrum ranges from olive green and light brown to gray and black.

Baeriskaya

DESIETRA Baeriskaya is obtained from the Siberian sturgeon (lat. Acipenser baerii). It has a grain with a size of at least 2.5 mm. It is a fine-grained caviar known for its strong, elegant taste and exquisite finish, which is both fine and clear. Its colors range from black/gray to dark brown tones

Baeriskaya

DESIETRA Baeriskaya is obtained from the Siberian sturgeon (lat. Acipenser baerii). It has a grain with a size of at least 2.5 mm. It is a fine-grained caviar known for its strong, elegant taste and exquisite finish, which is both fine and clear. Its colors range from black/gray to dark brown tones

Selection

DESIETRA Selection is obtained from white sturgeon (lat. Acipenser transmontanus). It belongs to the three largest sturgeon species, which is why its grain is over 2.8 mm in size. Its taste is pleasantly spicy and expressive. It captivates by its striking dark coloration, which ranges from anthracite to dark grey.

Selection

DESIETRA Selection is obtained from white sturgeon (lat. Acipenser transmontanus). It belongs to the three largest sturgeon species, which is why its grain is over 2.8 mm in size. Its taste is pleasantly spicy and expressive. It captivates by its striking dark coloration, which ranges from anthracite to dark grey.

Sevruga

DESIETRA Sevruga is obtained from Sternhausen (Acipenser stellatus). The caviar of the star-living is regarded as extremely sought-after since this sturgeon-type is held only in few aquacultures. The grain of its roe is clearly smaller (2-2,5 mm) in the comparison to other types. Its taste is one of the creamiest, strongest and spiciest caviar varieties in our range. Its colors range from medium gray to steel gray and black tones.

Sevruga

DESIETRA Sevruga is obtained from Sternhausen (Acipenser stellatus). The caviar of the star-living is regarded as extremely sought-after since this sturgeon-type is held only in few aquacultures. The grain of its roe is clearly smaller (2-2,5 mm) in the comparison to other types. Its taste is one of the creamiest, strongest and spiciest caviar varieties in our range. Its colors range from medium gray to steel gray and black tones.

Sterletkaya

DESIETRA Sterletkaya is obtained from our Sterlet sturgeon (lat. Acipenser ruthenus). Not only because of its small grain size (1.5-2 mm) this caviar can be classified in the same category as the Sevruga, but also because of its strong taste. Compared to the Sevruga, the Sterletkaya is somewhat milder and its grain is softer. This caviar has a color spectrum from black-grey to black-brown.

Sterletkaya

DESIETRA Sterletkaya is obtained from our Sterlet sturgeon (lat. Acipenser ruthenus). Not only because of its small grain size (1.5-2 mm) this caviar can be classified in the same category as the Sevruga, but also because of its strong taste. Compared to the Sevruga, the Sterletkaya is somewhat milder and its grain is softer. This caviar has a color spectrum from black-grey to black-brown.

Albino Sterletkaya

DESIETRA Albino Sterletkaya is obtained from our Albino Sterlet sturgeons (lat. Acipenser ruthenus – Albino). Its taste and consistency is similar to that of Sterletkaya. One thing immediately stands out about this caviar, with a size of 1.5-2 mm: its cream-colored, almost white grain. Since this extraordinary delicacy was so rare in the past, only the tsars and shahs had the privilege of eating it. For this reason, this caviar is still called “Tsar or Shah caviar” today.

Albino Sterletkaya

DESIETRA Albino Sterletkaya is obtained from our Albino Sterlet sturgeons (lat. Acipenser ruthenus – Albino). Its taste and consistency is similar to that of Sterletkaya. One thing immediately stands out about this caviar, with a size of 1.5-2 mm: its cream-colored, almost white grain. Since this extraordinary delicacy was so rare in the past, only the tsars and shahs had the privilege of eating it. For this reason, this caviar is still called “Tsar or Shah caviar” today.