Black River Siberian Malossol Caviar (acipenser baerii) is among the finest caviar in the world. This magnificent ossetra caviar is produced from "wild raised" Siberian sturgeon, originally imported as fertilized roe from Russia in 1995. Light brown to jet black in color, this caviar is large grain, has a fresh, clean, nutty taste, and sweet and creamy finish. Black River Caviar is the premier substitute for wild ossetra sturgeon caviar. The sturgeon are fed an all-natural, organic feed. Black River Caviar's Russian Caviar Master uses the malossol, or "little salt" method, to enhance the superb flavor of the caviar. Black River Caviar is farmed in Uruguay using highly advanced farming equipment which almost exactly mimics the natural environment of wild sturgeon.
Enjoy caviar by the spoonful, or serve with with a mild base, such as lightly toasted challah bread or blinis. Since household refrigerators are usually too warm for caviar products, we suggest the following for proper storage: place a sealed bag of ice, or a frozen ice pack, on the caviar tin and place it in the coldest part of the refrigerator, usually the back; replenish the ice as it melts. If the coldest part of your refrigerator is under 36 degrees, ice is not necessary.
Stored properly, Black River Caviar will maintain its freshness for months. Once the tin is opened, we suggest you enjoy the product within two to three days. Carefully replace the band around the tin to prevent oxidation.
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