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Our Beluga selection is made from the roe ofBeluga Sturgeon (Huso Huso), obtained from the Siberian beluga (Huso Dauricus) and beluga crossbreeds. Beluga Caviar has the largest granularity among the sturgeon species. The uniquely mild and creamy taste is characteristic of it.
The most famous caviar in the world literally melts in your mouth. The unmistakable taste is underlined by the mild "Malossol" salting. The beluga comes from the largest freshwater fish in the world. Beluga caviar is not only rare - gourmets also consider it the best caviar in the world. Its exquisite taste is incomparable. The grain bursts gently on the tongue, only to unfold the extraordinarily creamy and fine note in the mouth. This unique interplay of consistency and taste makes it so popular among caviar lovers.
At up to 3.5 millimeters, beluga eggs are the largest of the caviar varieties. Your skin is incredibly delicate and fragile. In terms of color, the Beluga underlines the luxurious indulgence with its shimmering gray tones. They range from light grey, steel gray to anthracite black. The light gray Beluga selections are the most desirable, although the shade has no effect on the taste. AfterAlmas caviarthe Beluga caviar is the most expensive variety.
The Beluga sturgeon (lat. Huso Huso) is also known in Germany as the European Hausen. Breeding beluga sturgeon requires a lot of patience as theseSturgeon speciesit takes an average of 18 years until the first sexual maturity and the associated first caviar harvest. The Beluga caviar must be processed very carefully in order not to damage the delicate caviar grain. We prefer to get our Beluga caviar from Iran. Thenthe best caviar in the worlddoesn't come from Russia, as many think. He is from Iran.
The Iranian breeding facility is located directly on the Caspian Sea and is continuously fed by fresh seawater. The uniqueness of this facility is obvious. The sturgeons swim in fresh sea water throughout their growth phase and mature under breeding conditions as in the wild, i.e. the best. Other countries of origin are Italy and China.
Mainly the beluga is bred in open aquaculture. We personally inspect all breeding facilities to ensure they meet current EU standards.