(Acipenser guldenstaedtii)



  • Origin – Caspian Sea, Bred in aquaculture
  • Grain color – From pale to dark bronze with golden sheen
  • Grain size – Between 2.5 and 3.5 mm
  • Taste – Distinct rich flavor, nutty, buttery
  • Ingredients – Russian Sturgeon roe, salt
  • Storage temperature – From 25 to 28 ºF
  • Opened jar temperatures –  From 32 to 42ºF up to 72 h.
  • Shelf life – 30 days from the date received
  • Available Glass jars: 28g, 50g, 100g
  • Available Tins: 10g, 20g

MALOSSOL – «Pasteurized granular sturgeon fish caviar» – exposed to gentle thermal processing that allows prolonging shelf life of caviar, preserving its delicate odor and unique taste.



Russian Sturgeon has a scientific name of Acipenser guldenstaedtii and also known as Russian Osetra. It comes from Caspian Sea population. Russian Sturgeon caviar is the most rarest and expensive sturgeon caviar that is available on USA market.

It’s egg roe is very large size and may very from 2.5 to 3.5 mm. It’s color may also very from light green to dark green and to blackish to ashy color. Russian Sturgeon has rich buttery nutty taste it’s bottom line best caviar you can get.

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