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Imperial Beluga Caviar

This caviar comes from sturgeon « Huso huso ». Beluga caviar is native to Iran and is the most prestigious of caviars because it is the rarest. Its elephant-gray eggs, with their very thin membranes, burst easily in the mouth. It develops very delicate silky buttery flavors, with great length on the palate.

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Or 9500 €/Kg
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How to choose your caviar

How much to choose (2 serves)

  • 30g for an initiation
  • 50g for a starter
  • 125g for a meal


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Size of grains

large, 3 to 4mm

Color of grains

elephant gray

Farming country

Italy Bulgaria China

Beluga caviar

Ingredients: Sturgeonroe "Huso huso", salt, preservative: E285.

Allergen: Fish.

Average nutritional value per 100g: Energy 276kcal / 1148kJ, Fat 19g, including saturated fatty acids 4.6g, Carbohydrates 2.2g, including sugars 0g, Protein 24g, Salt 3.9g.

Farming country:Varies according to the season, available on request.

Shelf life/ Best before date guaranteed on delivery:At least 2 months before opening.

Storage: Between 0°/+4°C. After opening, consume within 3 days.

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Why is the Beluga caviar a delicacy?

The Beluga caviar is considered one of the most luxurious delicacies in the world. It is made from the roe of the Beluga sturgeon.

Beluga is easily recognized by the size of its large grains, but above all by its color, which varies from light, pearl-gray to a unique dark gray.

Beluga caviar's roe bursts on the palate, offering unrivalled lingering flavor. It offers delicate creamy notes and an incomparable iodized structure.

Our team of caviar experts will be happy to advise you on the best caviar for your needs.

Beluga sturgeon?

The Beluga sturgeon or Huso Huso is the largest of all sturgeons, measuring up to 6 meters in its natural habitat! It is the only carnivore of its kind. Its weight can vary from 100kg to 1000kg. It is also the rarest and most difficult fish to catch in the Caspian Sea, as it lives at great depths.

From Beluga born in the Danube, farmed Beluga is rare.Today, very few farms breed this species, as it takes at least 15 years for the fish to produce its first eggs. Unique, Beluga caviar is and remains the most prestigious caviar in the world.
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