Gourmet Malossol Caviar

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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Whitefish Caviar is produced from the roe of the popular whitefish, the pearls of this Caviar are small, crunchy and gold in color. Whitefish Caviar is great as a garnish and appetizer for late night soirees or intimate gourmet brunches. The Whitefish Caviar offers a smooth flavor of a clean fish and is followed by a hint of salty sea that is perfect to enhance a variety of unique and clever culinary masterpieces. A great trait of this Caviar is the read more...
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