Los Peperetes

Sea urchin roe

Los Peperetes' sea urchin roe has a creamy texture and a fresh marine flavour, like sea air in the morning. Harvested seasonally by divers in the rocky areas of the estuaries in Galicia, this is one of the sea's most sought-after delicacies. Los Peperetes - a Galician word meaning tasty, desirable and surprising delicacies - was founded in 1993 by Jesus Lorenzo Crespo - the grandson of the first Galician canners. He began by canning the finest cockles and sardines he could find, producing only 30 tins a day, sealing each one with a manual seamer. Today Los Peperetes continues to source exclusively from local suppliers, follows a completely manual production process, and uses artisanal techniques and family-recipes passed down through generations.

Energy, 456 kJ / 109 kcal
Fat, 4g
- of which: Saturates, 1g
Carbohydrates, 4g
- of which: Sugars, 0g
Proteins, 15g
Salt, 0g

Ingredients: sea urchin eggs (echinoderm), water, salt. May contain traces of crustaceans, fish and molluscs.

Weight: 120g

Hand picked, Pending


Origin: Spain (Galicia)