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Beluga Sturgeon Caviar
- Farm Raised
- Made In Italy
- Ingredients: Beluga & Adriatic Sturgeon Hybrid Caviar, Salt
- Fresh, Never Frozen.
- Overnight Shipping
Beluga Hybrid Caviar
Due to the endangered status of wild Beluga Sturgeons, and due to the rampant existence of a black market caviar trade, the United States has banned all sale of wild sturgeon Caviar, regardless of origin. To meet the demand for Beluga roe, sturgeon breeders have cross bred Beluga Sturgeon with the Adriatic Sturgeon to create a hybrid species whose caviar comes closest to the qualities and taste of natural Beluga eggs. The advantages of the hybrid species is that it can be legally sold in the United States, and since it is not pure Beluga, it does not hold the sky high price of Beluga sturgeon caviar.
This Beluga Hybrid caviar will have luxurious ebony toned, small size roe grains and will be accompanied by a marvelous nutty flavor. The Beluga hybrid are raised in a clean, organic environment which guarantees their health, and the quality of the eggs which is vital for the quality of caviar. This is hands down one of the best caviars you can find on the market. We offer our Beluga caviar in many tin sizes, including special prices per pound and per kilo.
What Is Beluga Caviar?
Beluga caviar is the caviar that comes from the Beluga Sturgeon, a species of sturgeon that is native to the Caspian and Black Seas.
Where Does Beluga Caviar Come From?Beluga caviar comes from Beluga Sturgeon which are native to the Caspian and Black Seas. Our Beluga Hybrid caviar comes from a fish farm in Italy.
What Does Beluga Caviar Taste Like?
Beluga caviar has a distinct nutty flavor that can be compared to other sturgeon caviars, but is significantly better and has a finer finish on the palette.
Why Is Beluga Caviar So Expensive?
It is expensive because it is very rare and has a high demand amongst caviar lovers.
Why Is Beluga Caviar Banned?
It is only pure Beluga Caviar that is banned in the US. Hybrid caviars are legal. But it is banned because wild Beluga Sturgeon in the Caspian Sea and Black Seas are almost extinct and there is no way to tell the true origin of caviar, whether it is farmed, wild, or whether it has been legally harvested.