• Alaskan Coho Salmon Caviar is delivered next-day in a glass jar with gold lid. The bright salmon colored roe is also called Ikura.
  • Coho Caviar served in a wooden caviar spoon.
  • Coho Caviar, Ikura roe, has a light salinity with a beautiful bright salmon color.

Alaskan Coho Caviar Fresh by the 4oz jar

  • $32.25

Product Description

  • Product Form Upon Delivery: cured and jarred
  • Size: 4 oz., jarred
  • Species: Oncorhynchus Kisutch Ikura, Coho Salmon Roe
  • Temperature History: held at 30 degrees F
  • Taste: succulent. fresh fish, fresh ocean, light brine
  • Texture: firm gelatin balls that pop in your mouth and release lightly-flavored juice
  • Origin: Alaska
  • Catch Method: Drift Gillnet, Troll, Purse Seine (The roe is a secondary target in the Coho fishery)
  • Availability: Fresh May - October, Prev-Froz otherwise
  • Sustainability Rating: Best Choice - Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch (Aquaculture)
  • Recommended Preparation: blini with crème fraiche, French bread and butter, or as is so you can experience the complexity of flavors in their raw form
  • Nutritional Info (per 1/4 ounce)  Calories 299, Fat 20g, Cholesterol 667mg, Sodium 1701mg, Carbohydrates 4.5g, Fiber, 0g, Sugars 0g, Protein 27g, Calcium 311mg, Iron 13mg, Vitamin A 1026IU, Omega 3's < 10mg

Alaskan Ikura roe (Coho salmon caviar) tastes like the smell of sea air, has the pleasant flavor fresh-caught fish, and finishes with a rich, creamy, and balanced brine flavor. The roe is from sustainably caught Alaskan Coho salmon and is also a secondary target of the fish, so its environmental impact is minimal.