What's the difference between our caviars?
Sturgeons begin producing caviar when they reach the age of seven years.. This type of fish spawns occasionally, even as adults, because the conditions necessary to do so are very specific. Most importantly,
as the fish grow older, the caviar quality improves for human consumption.
There is a difference in the quality of the eggs of a 20-year-old sturgeon and
those of a 10-year-old one.
Eggs laid by a more mature fish will have a larger roe size,
a firmer texture and an more intense flavor.
Furthermore, there are several other factors that contribute to the significant price differences between various types of caviar, including the time, money, knowledge, and expertise required to raise a sturgeon.