Atlantic Sturgeon are among the oldest fish species in the world.
Native to North America, its range extends from New Brunswick, Canada to the eastern coast of Florida. The fish can reach sixty years of age, fifteen feet in length and over eight hundred pounds in weight.
The Canadian Sturgeon Caviar is the product of wild Atlantic sturgeon commercially fished in a small well regulated fishery on Saint John River.
The small to medium sized grains can range in colour from jet black to amber brown.
This caviar is appreciated for its full bodied flavour.