What Makes Beluga Caviar Legendary?


From the Acipenser Huso Huso sturgeon, this legendary caviar has a grain of surprising size and extreme finesse. Recognised for its unique taste; it is creamy, with delicate buttery notes and lingers in the mouth. Its colour is an anthracite pearl gray, reminiscent of precious Tahitian pearls.


Did you know?

#8 Facts About The Beluga


#1. Its scientific name is Huso Huso.

#2. It is a species of sturgeon endemic to the Caspian Sea.

#3. Its cousin is the Huso Dauricus, endemic to the Amur River.

#4. It is the largest of the sturgeon and can measure up to 6 meters.

#5. Both Huso sturgeons are carnivorous.

#6. The Beluga is a prehistoric animal dating back to the Jura period (200 million years)

and can live more than 100 years in its natural environment.

#7. Beluga is the most expensive caviar in the world, due to its rarity.

#8. Beluga is James Bond's favorite caviar.



In conclusion, there is no better caviar on the market. If you don’t believe us, try it for yourself!

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