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Hackleback Sturgeon Caviar$48.00 – $1,610.00Hackleback can be used as a substitute for the pricier osetras. Its full flavor and nutty character lends itself well to anything from corn & red pepper pancakes to a burrata & brioche grilled cheese and pairs perfectly with either a glass of brut champagne or an amber ale.
With a small jet black bead, mild minerality and a light nutty finish, comparing favorably to international counterparts, this popular caviar is versatile and great for large gatherings.
With a small jet black bead, mild minerality and a light nutty finish, this popular caviar is versatile and great for large gatherings. Scaphirhynchus Platorhynchus Commonly known as ‘shovelnose’ and found throughout the Mississippi & Missouri river systems. Matures in 7 years, 2 feet in length and 5lbs.
Paddlefish Sturgeon Caviar$44.00 – $1,475.00A great substitute for the pricier sevruga, the assertive paddlefish is a perfect accompaniment to smoked fish and a glass of brut rosé or a cold shot of vodka.
With Sevruga like qualities this small platinum bead has a briny, slight mineral finish, and a smooth pop similar to its distant Caspian cousin.
With Sevruga-like qualities, this small platinum bead has a briny, slight mineral finish, and a smooth pop similar to its distant Caspian cousin. Polyodon Spathula Commonly known as ‘spoonbill’, inhabiting the vast Mississippi – Missouri – Arkansas river systems. Matures 10 years, 5 feet in length and 25-30lbs.
Crème by Cat Cora White Sturgeon$114.00FROM CHEF CORA: I have such a passion for the art of caviar. I love food and I have been lucky enough to experience caviars from all over the world. I would like to take this craft and make it available, affordable and delicious for everyone. I grew up in a Mediterranean inspired household and health, wellness and sustainability have always been part of my life. Acipenser Transmontanous The “white sturgeon” inhabits the Eastern Pacific Ocean from Alaska to the Baja peninsula. Matures 7-9 years, 5-6 ft in length and 80-100lbs.
This caviar has deliciously topped everything from foie gras, to braised abalone, to chocolate mousse and paired perfectly with cabernet sauvignon, beer and of course champagne.
Large pearls, ranging in color from dark tawny brown to platinum, deliver a creamy, buttery flavor and smooth pop. Acipenser Transmontanous inhabits the Eastern Pacific Ocean from Alaska to the Baja peninsula. Matures 7-9 years, 5-6 feet in length and 80-100 lbs.
Crème by Cat Cora Whitefish$13.50FROM CHEF CORA: I have created a specialty line of sustainable, nutrient and flavorful caviars. Creme by Cat Cara will wow all palates. California Caviar is a female-owned company that handcrafts sustainable caviar with the most delicate touch and passion. We share the same vision and philosophy.
The mildness of whitefish roe lends itself as a great addition to any seafood dish. The firm bead can stand up to heat so toss it in a pasta dish or top it on grilled fish.
With a bright golden hue, this iridescent roe has a small, crisp bead and a flavor that is slightly sweet and very clean. Coregonus Clupeaformis inhabits the fresh waters of the Great Lakes. Matures 2-3 years, 1-2 feet in length, and 4-5lbs. Wild caught.
Jacques Pépin’s Pressed Caviar (Payusnaya)$45.00 – $198.00
Developed by CCC for legendary chef Jacques Pepin, this delicious full flavor “payusnaya” has a smooth paste texture with unlimited versatility.
This pressed caviar is comprised of the roe from three American species of sturgeon. The White Sturgeon, Hackleback and paddlefish.
ACCA Caviar by Chef Matthew Accarino$110.00
Chef Matthew Accarino hands-on involvement goes from fish selection to harvesting and curing each and every batch of the roe himself. Until this point, his caviar was only available to San Francisco diners and private customers.
Now, in a collaboration with California Caviar Company, his handmade ACCA Caviar by Chef Matthew Accarino is available for purchase at retail in limited quantities.
Bowfin Roe$15.00 – $251.00The roe from this finned fish found throughout the Southern United States serves as a wonderful complement to appetizers.
The roe from this finned fish found throughout the Southern United States serves as a wonderful complement to appetizers.
A small, firm, dark bead with subtle brininess. Amia Calva inhabits the waters of eastern North America and prefers the brackish waters of Louisiana. 3 feet in length, 15 lbs.
Trout Roe$11.00 – $175.00Try tossing it with sake and topping it on sashimi or mix it with bourbon and spices to top on grilled salmon. The freshness and faint sweetness of this caviar is great for use in delicate salads or pasta.
The freshness and faint sweetness of this caviar is great for use in delicate salads or pastas.
A vibrant, orange medium pearl delivers a hint of sweetness, full pop, and a fresh finish. Oncorhynchus Mykiss is found throughout the Pacific Ocean, spawning in freshwater streams and rivers. Matures 2-3 years, 2 feet in length, and 5-8lbs. Farmed in the U.S.
Bacon Infused Trout Roe$17.50 – $175.00Bacon & Eggs! One of our favorite combinations. Using Nueske’s Applewood Smoked Bacon, this roe has the perfect balance of smokiness and sweetness with a hint of black pepper.
Bacon and eggs: one of our favorite combinations! Using Nueske’s Applewood-Smoked Bacon, this roe has the perfect balance of smokiness and sweetness, with a hint of black pepper.
A pearl-sized bead, this lightly salted roe has a rich orange color. Oncorhynchus Mykiss is found throughout the Pacific Ocean, spawning in freshwater streams and rivers. Matures 2-3 years, 2 feet in length, and 5-8lbs. Farmed in the U.S.
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