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Hackleback Sturgeon Black Caviar

56 g (2 oz), 100 g (3.5 oz)

Rated 0 out of 5
$41.25

Harvested from wild Hackleback sturgeon, also referred to as shovelnose, the smallest of all fresh water sturgeons indigenous to North America, this caviar is a grand treat. Its smaller roe grains, range in color from dark gray to deep black. The taste is delicate with buttery and nutty undertones. Hackleback caviar is reminiscent of sterlet caviar although the two should not be confused for the latter comes from a different species of sturgeon. Enjoy this caviar with champagne or on blinys.

  • Ingredients: Hackleback Roe, Salt, Sorbic Acid.
  • Wild Caught.
  • Shelf life 12 months in refrigeration

Kaluga Hybrid Sturgeon Black Caviar

100 g (3.5 oz), 250 g (8.8 oz)

Rated 0 out of 5
$67.00

Rarely occurring in its natural habitat, this unique hybrid of two species of sturgeon, those of Kaluga and Amur sturgeons, has been aqua-cultured in pristine waters of the mountain lake on the east coast of the Pacific Ocean for 15 years now. Kaluga fusion caviar is harvested from mature hybrid sturgeon of at least 8 years of age and delivers an intense burst of flavor. Average roe diameter is over 3.00mm. The color varies from light yellow to dark gray. The texture is creamy, while the roes are firm and the palate is rich with a delicate aftertaste. No preservatives added.

  • Ingredients: Kaluga Hybrid Sturgeon Roe, Salt.
  • Aqua-cultured.
  • Shelf life 1 month in refrigeration
  • 6 months frozen

Kaluga Hybrid Sturgeon Black Caviar

454 g (1 lb)

Rated 0 out of 5
$305.00

Get ready to tantalize your taste buds. Whether one’s a connoisseur or a newcomer to black caviar, Kaluga Fusion is guaranteed to leave a lasting impression on both. This exceptional caviar is harvested from mature Kaluga hybrid sturgeon of at least 8 years of age and delivers an intense burst of flavor. The grains are large, its color varies from light yellow to dark gray. The texture is creamy, while the roes are firm and the palate is rich with a delicate aftertaste. No preservatives added.

  • Ingredients: Kaluga Hybrid Sturgeon Roe, Salt.
  • Aqua-cultured.
  • Shelf life 1 month in refrigeration
  • 6 months frozen

Kaluga Hybrid Sturgeon Black Caviar 56g

56 g (2 oz)

Rated 0 out of 5
$39.00

Rarely occurring in its natural habitat, this unique hybrid of two species of sturgeon, those of Kaluga and Amur sturgeons, has been aqua-cultured in pristine waters of the mountain lake on the east coast of the Pacific Ocean for 15 years now. Kaluga fusion caviar is harvested from mature hybrid sturgeon of at least 8 years of age and delivers an intense burst of flavor. Average roe diameter is over 3.00mm. The color varies from light yellow to dark gray. The texture is creamy, while the roes are firm and the palate is rich with a delicate aftertaste. No preservatives added.

  • Ingredients: Kaluga Hybrid Sturgeon Roe, Salt.
  • Aqua-cultured.
  • Shelf life 1 month in refrigeration
  • 6 months frozen

Ossetra Sturgeon Black Caviar

100 g (3.5 oz), 250 g (8.8 oz)

Rated 0 out of 5
$67.00

Ossetra caviar has traditionally been considered the second best black caviar of them all, surpassed only by Beluga caviar. Harvested from Russian, also known as, diamond sturgeon this superb caviar is aqua-cultured in the pristine waters of Thousand Islands Lake. A delicacy closely associated with Imperial Russia, treat yourself to this truly royal dainty. The grains are large, its color ranges from light brown to dark brown. The taste is pure, buttery and light. No preservatives added.

  • Ingredients: Russian Sturgeon Roe, Salt.
  • Aqua-cultured.
  • Shelf life 1 month in refrigeration
  • 6 months frozen

Ossetra Sturgeon Black Caviar

454 g (1 lb)

Rated 0 out of 5
$305.00

Cured in accordance with Russian traditional malossol style, this ossetra caviar is indeed a luxurious treat. Second only to Beluga caviar, for well over 100 years ossetra caviar has gourmets all over the world appreciating its superb qualities. Harvested from Russian, also known as, diamond sturgeon this superb caviar is aqua-cultured in the pristine waters of Thousand Islands Lake. A delicacy closely associated with Imperial Russia, treat yourself to this truly royal dainty. The grains are large, its color ranges from light brown to dark brown. The taste is pure, buttery and light. No preservatives added.

  • Ingredients: Russian Sturgeon Roe, Salt.
  • Aqua-cultured.
  • Shelf life 1 month in refrigeration
  • 6 months frozen

Ossetra Sturgeon Black Caviar, Pasteurized

100 g (3.5 oz)

Rated 0 out of 5
$73.00

This pasteurized Ossetra caviar will make a great addition to a festive banquet. Harvested from Russian, also known as, diamond sturgeon this superb caviar is aqua-cultured in the pristine waters of Thousand Islands Lake. A delicacy closely associated with Imperial Russia, treat yourself to this truly royal dainty. The grains are large, its color ranges from light brown to dark brown. The taste is pure, buttery and light. No preservatives added.

  • Ingredients: Russian Sturgeon Roe, Salt.
  • Aqua-cultured.
  • Shelf life 12 month in refrigeration

Malossol is a Russian word that literally means ‘of little salt.’ In the preparation and preservation of caviar, salt is one of the main components that comprise the brine in which the roe is cured. Any roe can be “malossol” as long as it follows the unique process that malossol calls for, even though it originally was only associated with salting black sturgeon caviar.

By thoroughly monitoring the amount of salt in the brine, manufacturers can fine tune the taste of the main ingredient. This helps to capture the flavors of the roe while also preserving its freshness.

Serving Tips for Malossol Caviar

Malossol caviar is highly prized. In fact, in the market for these types of products, this specific label is often taken to mean that the processed roe is of the highest quality. Whenever you buy roe that was prepared following this specific technique, you can be certain that you’re spending money on a premium quality product.

That said, serving and consuming these types of products require unique care and consideration. If you’re planning on serving this special food at your next gathering, make sure you make a note of these steps:

  • Avoid salted bases and garnishes – Caviar is best enjoyed when served on non-salted butter or sour cream, lightly spread over a piece of bread, toast, or a cracker. Choosing garnishes and bases that are salty can dampen the taste experience.
  • Purchase smaller containers – This product is all about quality. Because air is its worst enemy, buying servings of the product in smaller containers can be best to preserve its premium taste. Only serve that which can be consumed in one sitting, and properly cover any left overs to maintain its flavor.
  • Avoid contamination – Ensure the caviar does not get any foreign substances into it such as bread crumbs or a dirty spoon. Keeping it clean of other elements will help preserve its freshness and delicate taste.
  • Use the right serving spoon – Metal oxidizing silverware can easily alter the taste of your roe, lending a metallic taste that can alter the experience. Spoons made of mother of pearl, porcelain, wood or even plastic are better choices if you want to preserve the actual taste of the product you’re serving.

Why You Should Buy from Fish&Caviar

From rich, juicy red roe, to exquisitely lavish black caviar options, Fish&Caviar brings you an extensive array of caviar choices to quench your cravings for this delicacy. Our selection leaves nothing to be desired – despite coming at impressively low prices. Meticulously handpicked for quality and taste, our choices are some of the best on the web, providing our buyers premium flavor at a cost that won’t leave a dent in your wallet.