This Swedish black Baerii Caviar comes from Siberian Sturgeon (Acipenser Baerii) that is sustainably farmed inside a closed ecosystem in Sweden. This is a true delicacy with a soft, pure taste and a gentle aftertaste. The roe is black and relatively delicate.
The sturgeon is farmed in Sweden in a sustainable way in a closed ecosystem. Unlike most outdoor sturgeon farms, indoor farming does not have a negative impact on the surrounding nature.
Also, unlike caviar from wild caught sturgeon, the fish is not harmed when extracting the roe. The eggs are extracted with a gentle process where the fish is "milked" of the eggs. So no fish is harmed in the process and the sturgeons can go on and live for many many years. The facilities are located in Småland in Sweden by Arctic Roe of Scandinavia, who focuses on quality, ecological sustainability and obviously the well-being of the fishes.
Every can is marked with the name of the fish that the roe came from. All female sturgeons are named after Ukrainian or Russian famous historical persons.
The caviar should be stored cold in a refrigerator at most +4 degrees Celsius. It marked with best-before 6 months after production at a temperature of +4 degrees. You can also freeze it if you also defrost it slowly, however, freezing it does not improve the taste.
The caviar is best enjoyed at room temperature, so please remove it from the fridge 15-20 min before serving and loosen the lid so that a bit of warm air can come in.