How It Tastes?
Beluga Caviar is best known for its extremely delicate and creamy texture. Its flavor is incredibly buttery yet balanced with lingering mouthfeel. The finish of the Beluga Caviar is long and intense, thanks to its smoothness and refined aroma.
Beluga Caviar is prepared malossol (thinly salted). It is suggested to serve Beluga Caviar directly spooned into the mouth, or with blinis and a layer of crème fraîche, and always cold.
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Huso Huso can live over 100 years, and has been swimming in the water since the days of dinosaurs in some 150 million years ago. Huso Huso can grow up to four meters long, especially in the Caspian Sea. Beluga Caviar can only be harvested from Huso Huso farmed for at least 14 years.
Comprised of only less than 5% of global caviar production, Beluga Caviar is the most expensive caviar and remains one of the rarest and finest Russian delicacies. With its reputation and distinct flavor, Beluga Caviar is the ultimate choice of caviar appreciator.