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Not to be confused with the Sterlet sturgeon (Acipenser Ruthenus). Originally this sturgeon lived in the Caspian Sea, the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.
The Sevruga is a slender, relatively small sturgeon with a striking pointed snout. It can weigh up to 80 pounds and grow to about 220 cm in length. However, this is a rarity, a length between 100 and 150 cm with a weight of 15 to 25 kilos is more common. The Sevruga is sexually mature between the ages of 10 and 15 and reaches about 25 years of age.

Origin: "Siberian sturgeon": a sturgeon species originating from Lake Baikal, near Irkutsk Oblast (Siberia, Russia).
Lake Baikal is regarded as the oldest and largest freshwater lake in the world, some 25 million years old and characterized by its exceptionally pure water.

Grow: aquaculture ITALY (BRESCIA-Apennines)
Color: deep brown to black
Pearl: medium size
Taste: velvety salty taste, slightly creamy fresh, hazelnut aromas (never secondary flavors) live on chalk and pebble bottom.
IMPERIAL: Fresh taste, finer briny notes, due to short maturation about 8 weeks.

Origin: "Beluga sturgeon or HUSO HUSO sturgeon", lives mainly in the Caspian Sea. This sturgeon is easily recognized by its exceptionally large size, up to 1200 kg and 7 meters long. This is the most noble of sturgeons, it can live for about 140 years.

Grow: Semi / Wild from IRAN (Caspian Sea)
Color: gray to dark gray
Pearl: big.
Taste: subtle salty taste, very creamy to butter, oily taste, subtle hazelnut aromas and often an exceptionally rich taste. Melt, in the mouth. (never secondary flavors) lives on chalk and pebble bottom.

Origin: "Russian sturgeon or Guldenstatti", lives mainly in the Caspian sea. The Guldenstaetti also called the "Diamantsteur". This sturgeon is easily recognized by its round head, its black color with a white mark.

Grow: aquaculture ITALY (BRESCIA-Apennines)
Color: dark gray to black
Pearl: medium to large
Taste: refined and deeper salty taste, creamy to butter, rich hazelnut aromas (never secondary flavors) live on chalk and pebble bottom.

Origin: "Transmontanus sturgeon or White sturgeon", lives mainly in the mountain delta (large delta lakes) - both Mediterranean and overseas. This sturgeon is easily recognized by its muscle white belly, the flesh of this sturgeon is pearl white and very exquisite. the Italian market

Grow: aquaculture ITALY (BRESCIA-Apennines)
Color: very dark gray to (usually) deep black
Pearl: big
Taste: refined salty taste, very creamy to butter, fatty taste, subtle hazelnut aromas (never secondary flavors) live on chalk and pebble bottom.