You may know that our American Paddlefish Caviar is delicious, but do you know where it originates? Also known as "Spoonbills" for their bill like snout, American Paddlefish can be found in the rivers and streams of Tennessee, Alabama and Missouri. With a dark steel grey color, like Sevruga Sturgeon, our Paddlefish caviar possesses a smooth, silky complex flavor. The small pearls are great as a garnish on a wide variety of delicacies. A couple of sprinkles will add wonders to any hors d'oeuvre.
Enjoy our American paddlefish caviar and read on to learn more details about this delicious snack.
Both Sturgeon and Paddlefish caviar are the two most popular choices of caviar in the world. In general, Paddlefish take several years until they are ready to spawn. A female Paddlefish can take anywhere from nine to eleven years until they are able to spawn. Although it takes about a decade for the Paddlefish to spawn, they are capable of producing over half a million eggs each year, which they release along the waters of Tennessee, Alabama, and Missouri.
This black caviar ranges in color from a green-grey to a steel-grey. Perfect for "first-timers", Paddlefish caviar provides subtle, smokey flavors, offering a great fit for those newly introduced to caviar, as well as caviar connoisseurs.
To ensure that your Paddlefish black caviar arrives fresh to your doorstep, we provide both FedEx/UPS Priority Overnight (next day) shipping on all orders. We ship all orders Monday through Thursday and provide free shipping on any purchases over $75 within the continental United States.
For any questions on our shipping policies or to check the status of your order, feel free to contact us today! We're also happy to answer any questions on our black caviar products and provide our recommendations as well.