Caviar Star

American Paddlefish Caviar

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American Paddlefish, also known as "spoonbill" because of its duckbill-like snout, is a cartilaginous cousin to the sturgeon wild caught in the Mississippi River. Paddlefish roe ranges from light dark steel gray, and is comparable in taste to Caspian Sea Sevruga. A fine yet less expensive alternative to sturgeon caviar. Hand packed and quality checked for color, size, freshness, flavor and texture


Roe of American Paddlefish - Polyodon Spathulacaviarstar-paddlefish-black3-med.jpgClick here for videos and more information on the American Paddlefish


Reviews (5)

James Taylor 2nd Jun 2017

The Paddle Fish Caviar was perfect

The 16 oz tin was exactly what made my wife's birthday extra special. We had some left over the we enjoyed last night with a wonderful glass of champagne. Thank you for such high quality for a first time purchase from your site. Cheers!

Daniel Agopsowicz 16th Dec 2016

Paddlefish Review

Over the years I've enjoyed and served many domestic and imported varieties of caviar. I recently had paddlefish caviar and smoked trout roe from Caviar Star sent to California for a family occasion. Those new to caviar and those more experienced than I touted the superb quality of the paddlefish and the surprisingly delightful flavor of the trout. Service, shipping and advice were all perfect; I'll be doing this again and often. Many thanks to new caviar advisor!

Additional Info

Additional Info

Common Names:
Paddlefish, Spoonbill
Scientific Name:
Polyodon Spathula
Sustainable, Wild Caught
Country of Origin:
Regular Product Price:
$20.00 - $320.00
Shelf Life:
4-6 weeks at 26° to 36° F
Egg Size:
Flavor Profile:
Rich, Soft, Earthy
Egg Color:
Grey, Brown