Every year, from January to April, the north atlantic cod, called Skrei, comes down (!) to the
clean, clears waters of the arctic norwegian coast to spawn.
The brave fishermen challenge the cold, black sea to catch the cod and bring it to shore
where the Bottarga Borealis is produced.
The hand-picked roes from Skrei are salted and hanged outside on traditional drying racks in
the cold winter to start the slow drying process which matures the roes ever so gently.
After 10-15 weeks of drying, the roes are ready to be taken down, inspected and packed as
Bottarga Borealis .
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