Beluga caviar Russia

Beluga caviar (beluga sturgeon roe) is one of the most prized varieties of caviar in the world. Since it can take up to 25 years for the animal to mature and start producing eggs, this caviar is extremely rare, expensive and extravagant.

Beluga caviar pearls are large, fleshy and firm, with a color that can vary from light gray to dark gray. With a mild, tender and almost buttery flavor, beluga caviar can be eaten plain, allowing the complex layers to develop individually. It is also commonly combined with boiled potatoes, blini fritters, or sour cream.

Recently, wild beluga varieties have become critically endangered, partly due to wild poaching in the Caspian Sea, and strong penalties have been introduced to limit the production, sales and trade of this rare ingredient.

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