Gourmet Malossol Caviar

Our Featured Gourmet Malossol Caviar
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Our Italian farm-raised Acipenser Baerii, Osetra Siberian Sturgeon is cultivated in Italy and imported into the United States. These aquafarms operate in conformity with the regulations relating to animal welfare, health and the environment. The caviar of the Siberian Sturgeon is excellent and may be similar to Beluga caviar from the Caspian Sea. Caviar characteristics: Large grey/golden brown colored pearls. Malossol (Russian term for lightly salted). read more...
The term Malossol comes from the Russian language and literally means lightly salted or little salt. Sometimes it is also spelled as Malosol and Malossal. It is not assigned to a specific caviar; it refers to preparation of caviar. The addition of very little salt ‘guarantees’ a more delicate flavor.

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