Kaluga (Huso dauricus). One of the largest sturgeon
species comes from the Amur and Liman Rivers in Russia. Commonly
known as Kaluga, it resembles the Beluga and matures at around eighteen
to twenty years of age. An average fish weighs 80 kg (176 lb) and
is about 2.3 m (7 1/2 ft) in length. The eggs from the Kaluga may
be acceptable if they are fresh. The eggs are similar in size to
those of a young Oscietre and are processed with up to 6% salt.
The product is ready to the use without additional processing.
Kaluga caviar is packed into glass jars (113gr ).
Caspian Russian Kaluga Caviar 113 Grams - 69,30 ˆ
Caspian Russian Kaluga Caviar 339 Grams
- 171,00 ˆ
Caspian Russian Kaluga Caviar 678 Grams - 314,00 ˆ