Sterlet Sevruga caviar is one of the rarest caviars on the market and is highly appreciated for its small and golden roe with a unique taste. Sevruga Sterlet caviar is produced from Sterlet Acipenser ruthenus sturgeon, which is one of the smaller species of sturgeon and is now extremely rare.
Caviar Roe, Salt.
The average shelf life of American Hackleback Sturgeon caviar varies based on storage conditions such as the ambient temperature and a sterile and uncontaminated container. Unopened caviar in its original container stored (frozen) at 28 to 32 degrees Fahrenheit will maintain its freshness up to about 4 months. To avoid introducing contaminants once opened it should only be picked with a sterile utensil. It should also be consumed within several days, and kept in the fridge.
How We Ship
In order to maintain freshness we package our products well. Our packaging includes a Styrofoam insulated refrigerator container with ice gel packs, which keeps the caviar fresh for several days. Regions with colder temperature and weather will keep the products fresh for a longer period.
Please do not base your purchasing decision solely on the image. We are still working on perfecting our images. Our images have been digitally altered to display texture and store brand. It is a digital representation of the actual product. The product packaging you will receive depends on the container that you chose upon selecting caviar.
Our Sevruga Sterlet caviar comes packaged in three different containers. When purchasing you have the option to select the weight and container. The available options are listed in the selection field and there is no mix-and-match. The three containers are:
- Glass Jar
- Gold Metal Tin
- Blue Metal Tin
The Blue Tin container dominated the market for a long time and currently it is the most popular and known container, but as everything progresses another type of caviar packaging was introduced, the Gold Tin. Gold Tin container is the best type of packaging since it is vacuum sealed when packaged. Vacuum sealed Sevruga Sterlet caviar can stay fresh longer.