Hackleback caviar is sure to delight with its buttery, sweet and delicate flavor. These small to medium jet black pearls are a delicious option for those new to the caviar experience. See for yourself why Hackleback caviar is one of the most popular caviar.
Taste & Texture
Region & Fishery
The oldest written record of caviar consumption dates back to the 13th century, where it appears that Batu Khan, the grandson of Genghis Khan, enjoyed it very much.
Blini and crème frâiche are traditional accompaniments for Hackleback caviar. Other classic garnishes include white onion, chopped egg white and yolk (separately, not mixed together).
Caviar is rich in calcium and phosphorus, as well as protein, selenium, iron, magnesium, and Vitamins B12 and B6.