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OYSTER LIST IS NOW MASSIVE:

oysters

Massachusetts Oysters:

•Buzzards Bay
•Taylors
•Duxbury
•Wellfleet Reg. & Deepwater
•Thatch Island
•Pleasant Bay
•Onset
•Nauset Marsh
•Katama Bay (Martha’s Vineyard)

Rhode Island Oysters:

•Bristol Bay
•Ninigret Cup
•Cedar Island
•Matanucks
•Moonstone’s

Long Island Sound:

•Ct. Bluepoint’s Wild and Farmed
•Pine Island LI Sound

Mid-Atlantic

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Maine:

•Cranberry Ledge
•Flying Point
•Westport Island
•Big Dam-ariscotta River Oysters
•Pemaquid
•Wawenauk

Canadian:

•Malpeques PEI
•Conway Royal PEI
•Suberry Point PEI
•Salutation Cove PEI
•Summerside PEI
•Tatamagouche Nova Scotia
•Cape Breton Nova Scotia
•Wallace Bay Nova Scotia
•Little Shemogue New Brunswick
•Peacock Cove New Brunswick

OTHERS

•Kumomoto – California
•Gold Creek – Washington
•Deer Creek – Washington
•Pebble Beach – Washington
•Olympic Miyagi – Washington
•Sunhollow – Washington
•Quilcene Bay – Washington
•Penn Cove – Washington
•Sister Point – Washington
•Otter Cove – Washington
•Chef Creek – British Columbia
•Fanny Bay– British Columbia
•Malispina– British Columbia
•Golden Mantle– British Columbia
•Evening Cove– British Columbia
•Komo Gway– British Columbia

All Sustainable Worry Free Caviar Info and Pricing:

Israeli Brown Osetra

This Israel-based farm cultures only osetra (acipenser gueldenstaedtii) imported from Russia.

The consistency from fish to fish is impressive, as is the light flavor. Perhaps milder than most wild Osetra, the Israeli Osetra probably tastes more like one would find eating Osetra on the banks of the Caspian Sea than Caspian Osetra tastes months later when it reaches market.

We feel this brown variety of the Israeli osetra tastes the better than the golden. A true osetra caviar comparable to the top Caspian varieties.

Available in 1oz., 2 oz., 4 oz.

T-Rex

"Clean, oceanic and with great texture," Florence Fabricant, NY Times

Transmontanus Rex, whose name in Latin means King of the White Sturgeon, describes our white sturgeon cultured in Idaho. In the wild, these stocks from the Columbia and Snake Rivers grow large for their 1500 mile spawning run, reaching up to 2,000 pounds. The largest Beluga on record reach 30 feet in length, but both the huso huso (Beluga) and transmontanus (white sturgeon) may weigh 1 ton. Not surprisingly, the caviar from these fish is similar in size, about 4 millimeters, though at times this strain of white sturgeon exceeds that diameter.

The flavor of Transmontanus, however, is crisp-- a product of the volcanic springs in Magic Valley, Idaho. Brilliant color contrasts range from deep black to earthy brown to translucent blue/gray. Healthy diets of natural live plankton supplement the culture regimen at these farms. Spring water flows through the system once, so there is no off-flavor from micro-algae. The most amazing aspect results from the continuous year-round harvest made possible by two water temperatures. The underground lake feeding most of the springs is quite cold, but the geothermal activity from Yellowstone’s hot springs enables the growers to gradually bring their sturgeon to maturity.

These living fossils, affectionately referred to as T-Rex, produce the largest of our sturgeon eggs. The dense texture bursts strongly. Notice the rich complexity of flavor common among large sturgeon that feed on shrimp, mollusks, and tender river plants. The taste may range from nutty to buttery depending on what that particular fish ate. However, when first harvested, you will only taste the cold spring water that is filtered and oxygenated through volcanic soil that was deposited 2.1 million years ago.

Available in 1oz., 2 oz., 4 oz.

Golden Israeli Osetra

This Israel-based farm cultures only osetra (acipenser gueldenstaedtii) imported from Russia.

The consistency from fish to fish is impressive, as is the light flavor. Perhaps milder than most wild Osetra, the Israeli Osetra probably tastes more like one would find eating Osetra on the banks of the Caspian Sea than Caspian Osetra tastes months later when it reaches market.

This is a very interesting caviar and arguably the world's best sustainable osetra.

Available in 1oz., 2 oz., 4 oz.

Uraguayan Baerei

This Baerii (pronounced BAY-Air-ee) is probably the closest caviar to wild Caspian Osetra in terms of taste. The size is slightly smaller than Osetra or White Sturgeon but this is a superb caviar that is sustainably cultured.

Crafted by Russian scientists in Uruguay's Rio Negro, this Siberian Sturgeon (acipenser baerii) has a sweeter flavor from traditional salting methods not used in the United States. Further, the artisan attention to detail ensures every original tin is packed with exceptional care.

The luscious Rio Negro delta provides an abundance of wild plankton on which these "Osetra-class" sturgeon feed. The abundance of wild shrimp in their diet produces a nutty flavor comparable to wild Caspian Osetra (acipenser gueldenstaedtii.)

Color ranges from black with gold highlights to crimson depending on seasonal diet. That color is likely from the wild shrimp these fish consume which produces a rounded taste complexity and firm texture. These qualities combine to offer an "Old World" caviar experience.

Available in 1oz., 2 oz., 4 oz.

We Also Carry:

American sturgeon Caviar

American Sturgeon, Hackleback, or Shovelnose Sturgeon is wild caught in the rivers of the central United States.

These glistening black eggs have hints of emerald and gold. This caviar is small and firm with classic sturgeon taste. The flavor is bold and forward making Hackleback our most popular sturgeon among caviar lovers.

Hackleback

Hackleback is regal enough to stand as the centerpiece in American caviar tastings with the world's finest champagne or vodka. Further, the accessible price allows you to enjoy this delicacy anytime.

Available in 1oz., 2 oz., 4 oz.

CoHO Salmon Roe/Caviar

Available in 1oz., 2 oz.

Rainbow Trout Caviar

Available in 1oz., 2 oz., 4 oz.

Golden Whitefish Caviar

Available in 1oz., 2 oz.

SpoonBill Paddefish Caviar

Available in 1oz., 2 oz.

Yukon Gold Wild Salmon Caviar

Available in 1oz., 2 oz.

Just Call Ethan @ 617•852•3765 With Any Questions or To Order.

 

caviar source: www.littlepearl.com