Features: Paddlefish or Spoonbill roe is harvested from the Paddlefish, one of the native North American relatives of the Sturgeon family. It is listed as one of the biggest river fishes of North America and its native area is the Mississippi River basin. Technically their eggs are roe and not a caviar, because it is not a direct descendent of the sturgeon species.
Species: Polyodon Spathula; Common Name: Spoonbill, Paddlefish
Origin: Wild USA, Missouri and Tennessee
Appearance: Small to medium grain size with a color range from pale grey to a dark ash
Flavor Profile: Delicate taste with a slightly bitter, brine finish
Texture: A smooth, silky roe
Packaging Options: 1oz, 2oz, 4oz, 8oz, 16oz, 1 Kilo formats. Vacuum sealed jars or tins.