Kaluga caviar- as well often known as ” Far eastern Beluga” 50g

30.000 Ft

Kaluga is rightfully called the “Far Eastern Beluga” by the Far East, in nature it can reach 5.5 meters and can be found even at a depth of 50 meters. Nowadays, Kaluga caviar is obtained from a hybrid of Kaluga and Amur sturgeon. Kaluga produces large, powerful roes, while Amur sturgeon reduces its growth rate from 20-25 years to 11-12 years. Beluga connoisseurs should certainly try Kaluga caviar, which is in no way inferior in size and organoleptic parameters. Its lesser popularity is determined only by the fact that in the 19th century there was not the slightest opportunity to establish its logistics to the central part of Russia or to Europe.

  • Caviar of the highest grade
  • Selected caviar
  • Fresh caviar roes (just sorted)
  • Reduced amount of salt
  • Vacuum control on the lid
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Description

Kaluga is rightfully called the “Far Eastern Beluga” by the Far East, in nature it can reach 5.5 meters and can be found even at a depth of 50 meters. Nowadays, Kaluga caviar is obtained from a hybrid of Kaluga and Amur sturgeon. Kaluga produces large, powerful roes, while Amur sturgeon reduces its growth rate from 20-25 years to 11-12 years. Beluga connoisseurs should certainly try Kaluga caviar, which is in no way inferior in size and organoleptic parameters. Its lesser popularity is determined only by the fact that in the 19th century there was not the slightest opportunity to establish its logistics to the central part of Russia or to Europe.

Nutritional value per 100 g

The energy value of 1085 KJ/259 kcal

Fat 15.5 g   

saturated fatty acids 2.8 g

Carbohydrates 4.0 g   

including sugar 0.2 g

Protein 26.1 g

Salt 2.2 g  

Storage temperature and shelf life:

At a temperature of -6-4 oC – 6 months (professional caviar cooling).

At a temperature of 0+5  oC- 2 months from the date of purchase.   

Additional information

Weight 50 g