Also known as Bowfin or Bowfin Caviar, this caviar is rich-black in color and delivers a pleasantly intense flavor. Amia Calva is similar in appearance to Sturgeon Caviar.
  • Species: Amia Calva
  • Sustainable: Yes
  • Environment: Wild-caught
  • Location: United States


Sourced from freshwater habitats in The United States, Amia Calva caviar (also known as Bowfin caviar) is harvested from Bowfin fish, a variety of “primitive fish” that resembles the sturgeon although it predates it evolutionarily. Because of this, Amia Calva caviar is similar in appearance and flavor to traditional sturgeon caviar, but is more easily accessible and can be responsibly wild-caught from the waters of the United States.

Amia Calva / Bowfin

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