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Black sturgeon caviar

Black caviar KALUGA 30 g

30 g
Kaluga (Huso dauricus), salt, E285
42.00 €
30 g
1400.00 €
1 kg
All prices are indicated with VAT 21%
Delivery is carried out within 1 week from the date of order!
Shelf life: refrigerated, up to 3-6 months at temperatures 0° to +4°C
After opening, store in a cool place and consume within 2-3 days
Kaluga (lat. Huso dauricus) is a freshwater fish of the beluga genus belonging to the sturgeon family.

The big, shiny eggs, which can be up to 4 mm in diameter, are usually dark greyish-green in color, but other colors can appear depending on the age of fish.

The Kaluga is a long-living fish, spawning only when it reaches 16-17 years of age. It won't be able to spawn again until 5 years later. This factor accounts for why caviar of this fish is a rare and costly product.

An adult fish averages 3 metres in length and weighs about 100 kg. A rare specimen was once caught, though, reaching the age of 55, weighing about a tonne and measuring up to 5 metres in length.

The exquisite, soft taste and melting texture of kaluga caviar is much like that of beluga caviar. Perfect for special festivities or as a memorable gift. Not only is kaluga caviar the largest among sturgeon lovers, it is also believed among delicacy lovers to have the softest taste.
Kaluga (Huso dauricus), salt, E285
Nutrition facts per 100g
Energy 1085 kJ / 259 kcal
Fat 15,5 g
Saturated fatty acids 2,8 g
Carbohydrate 4 g
Sugar 0,2 g
Protein 26,1 g
Salt 2,2 g
Fish Yes
Wheat flour (gluten) No
Crustaceans No
Eggs No
Peanuts No
Soya No
Milk No
Nuts No
Celery No
Mustard No
Sesame seeds No
Sulphur dioxide and sulphites No
Lupine No
Molluscs No
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