Amur royal malossol caviar

butterry taste

Genuine sturgeon caviar. You will find a balance of different flavours, above all a subtle nuttiness that is very similar to the taste of Beluga caviar and will delight your senses.

This temperature-sensitive product is stored in an external warehouse. For personal collection please order 2 days in advance, for delivery within Prague and surroundings please choose from available time slots. Thank you.

15 999 CZK 500 g 31 998 CZK/kg

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Amur royal malossol caviar

Taste and texture
butterry taste

Preparation method

intended use
prompt consumption

About origin

Amur royal is a sturgeon caviar that was bred by combining the Amur sturgeon (Acipencer schenckii) and the Kaluga sturgeon (Huso dauricus). The combination, Huso hybrid, is a modern marvel that combines the best of both worlds into a single egg. Kaluga is a close cousin of Beluga, so this product is very similar to the legendary caviar. The eggs are at least 3mm in size and are typically shiny shades of green-grey to dark grey. The method of caviar production and curing known as malossol (Russian for "little salt"), ensures a product of the highest quality and remarkable delicacy.

Detail information


Energy value 1019 kJ / 244 kcal
Fats 15,1 g - of which saturated fatty acids 2,9 g
Carbohydrates 3,2 g - of which sugars 0,2 g
Protein 24 g
Salt 3,4 g


Allergens Contains fish. May contain traces of shellfish and molluscs.
Contents Sturgeon roe (Acipenser schrenckii x Huso dauricius) 96%, salt (max. 4%), preservative E285.


Latin name Huso hybrid (Acipenser schrenckii x Huso dauricius)
Egg size 3,5-4 mm
Egg colour dark green-grey to grey
Taste intensity moderately strong
Weight 500g
Instructions for use direct consumption
Store at 0 - 4 °C.
Keep away from heat and direct sunlight


Country of origin Germany
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