Royal Siberian Caviar, sometimes called baerii caviar, is produced by Siberian sturgeon (acipenser baerii).
Siberian is a fine-grained caviar recognised for its pure, elegant flavour and exquisite length which is both fine and clear.
Colours range from black/grey all the way to black/brown tones.
Royal Siberian caviar is Malossol which means 'lightly salted', salt content being less than 4%.
Aleta Caviar is fully traceable, sustainable and eco-responsible.
Aleta’ sturgeon are not exposed to chemicals and the roe is collected at its absolute peak of size, flavour, colour and texture.
Caviar is a highly concentrated source of nutrients, packed with vitamins & minerals (Omega 3) and high in protein. One serving of caviar has an adult's daily requirement of B12, as well as vitamins A, E, B6, Iron, Magnesium and Selenium.
E285 - Borax
What is Borax?
Borax (also known as Sodium borate) is a form of salt used in caviar production throughout the world. It helps the preservation process, improving consistency and enhancing flavour.
Allergen advice: contains fish
Please note: on receipt all caviar products should be refrigerated at the earliest opportunity.
Storage Conditions :
Caviar should be stored in the coldest part of your refrigerator, usually the bottom shelf
Please see the reverse of each tin for the "Best Before" date
Once a tin has been opened, caviar should be consumed within 24 hours