DESIETRA sturgeon caviar

Caviar factory from Fulda / Germany

DESIETRA sturgeon caviar Since 2002, Desietra has been the first German caviar factory with a caviar production of around 11 tons per year. Numerous certificates confirm the quality of Desietra products.
DESIETRA sturgeon caviar Caviar factory from Fulda / Germany

Since 2002, Desietra has been the first German caviar factory with a caviar production of around 11 tons per year. Numerous certificates confirm the quality of Desietra products.


    Caviar factory from Fulda / Germany

    The DESIETRA aquaculture facilities are all based on a combination of biological indoor circulation systems and special pond systems and are currently one of the few facilities in the world that can produce fresh, high-quality caviar and sturgeon meat products in large quantities all year round. For us, as one of the leading companies in sturgeon breeding and caviar production in Europe, it is part of the overall concept that we only sustainably produce pure-bred sturgeon of a wide variety of species and no hybrids/crosses in all development and age classes up to caviar-ripe sturgeon from our own reproduction. This means that the populations of wild sturgeon, which have been steadily declining for decades, are not affected in any way.

    In Fulda, a permanent population of 130,150 tons is kept on a constructed area of approximately 7,500 m2, predominantly of Siberian sturgeon (Acipenser baerii) and Russian sturgeon (Acipenser gueldenstaedtii) as well as smaller quantities of Beluga sturgeon (Huso huso) and Sterlet sturgeon (Acipenser ruthenus). The continuous development of biotechnology in our facilities and the experience gained over the last 10 years ensure that our sturgeons grow up in a healthy, optimal environment without the use of chemicals, pharmaceutical additives or hormones. Of course, we operate all of our facilities in compliance with the fundamental principles of ecologically sustainable and long-term fish farming (MSC/FOTS guidelines) and use our extensive know-how to support national and international projects for the reconstruction of wild stocks and the further development of aquaculture technology.

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  • Desietra sturgeon species and caviar varieties

    Explanation of sturgeon species

    This caviar comes from the Osietra or Russian sturgeon (Acipenser gueldenstaedtii).
    It shines with a pleasant, firm grain and the much-praised, typical nutty taste. The grain size (from approx. 2.5 to 2.8 mm and larger) and the color of this variety varies. Color differences from black (Royal Black) to gray to dark and light brown (Imperial) shades are completely normal. Expressive and intense in taste, it is a top-class caviar.

    The Caviar Baeriskaya comes from the Siberian sturgeon (Acipenser baerii).
    It is produced according to the traditional Russian method using the Malossol process, which means with less than 4% salt. The color spectrum ranges from black/gray to black/brown tones. Its grain has a size of at least 2.4 mm and larger. Melting pleasantly on the tongue, the Baeriskaya is characterized by its fine and clear taste.

    The biggest and the most expensive. It could be summed up so simply.
    The steel gray-black to black-brown grain of the beluga (Huso huso) is usually the largest caviar grain (approx. 3.0 to 3.5 mm and larger). But what is more important is the taste and that is where the time comes for the beluga: fine, creamy, mild and indescribable - that is the inimitable aroma of the beluga caviar and certainly the reason why it has always had a prominent position.

    Under the name SELECTION we produce caviar varieties that are characterized by special quality characteristics. When selecting white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus), this is a selected large grain of over 2.9 mm, almost as big as the caviar grain from BELGUA. This caviar is also produced using the traditional Russian method in the Malossol process. The color spectrum and taste is very similar to our BAERISKAJA, but due to the particularly large caviar grain it is a real alternative.

    This variety impressively completes the selection of our range in the lower price range. His strength is not in his looks. The grain of the Sterletkaya (Acipenser ruthenus) is occasionally a little soft. The delicate grain is black-gray to brown-black and small (approx. 2.0 to 2.3 mm), but the taste is really convincing: strong, expressive and mild. Almost like the real Sevruga!

    The special thing about the SELECTION of Albino Sterlet (Acipenser ruthenus Albino) is the color of the grain. In the past, this almost white to light cream-colored caviar was reserved for the Tsar or the Shah because it is so rare. It was therefore also called Tsar or Shah caviar. This caviar is also produced by us using the traditional Malossol process. The grain size, consistency and taste of this Albino caviar are almost identical to our Sterletkaya.

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