Cisco Roe/Löjrom

Lake herring or Northern Cisco lives in the cold water lakes in North America. The small orange eggs of the fish are very similar in appearance and taste to the chub roe from the Great Lakes. The mild, buttery eggs are a true mouth watering delicacy extremely highly valued in Scandinavia.

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WHITEFISH ROE

Whitefish from the Great Lakes produce the Whitefish Caviar, also called American Golden. The Whitefish Caviar (Sikrom/Siianmäti) has a crunchy texture, a crisp clean flavor, and is a beautiful apricot color. The golden color and small crisp texture make this caviar an added asset to any meal. These small, crisp berries have a delicate, lightly salty flavor and are wonderful on new potatoes, with sour cream or simply alone.

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SALMON ROE

Delicate Salmon roe, called Ikura in Japan (or Laxrom in Sweden), is highly prized by caviar lovers around the world. The roe comes from the wild salmon caught from the cold northern waters surrounding Alaska. The juicy reddish-orange colored eggs are very flavorful and make a gourmet hors d’oeuvre or a colorful garnish for first course or main course dishes.

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