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Beluga Caviar 贝鲁迦鲟鱼子酱

Beluga Caviar 贝鲁迦鲟鱼子酱

CHILLED | 1 JAR


Beluga caviar, a luxury product renowned for its creamy, buttery taste with a slightly nutty and salty flavor, stands out in the world of gourmet delicacies. Sourced from the Beluga or Huso Huso sturgeon, a species once abundant in the Caspian Sea, Beluga caviar is cherished for its smooth, mild, and enriching taste.

Unlike the more complex flavor profile of Osetra or the creamy texture of Siberian caviar, Beluga caviar offers a unique and sought-after gastronomic experience.

  • 30g, in a jar with a shell spoon
  • When serving caviar, don't let your guests use metallic spoons. Caviar may oxidize when exposed to metal or silver, losing its naturally rich, complex, and delectable flavors.
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About Beluga Caviar 贝鲁迦鲟鱼子酱

Beluga caviar, a luxury product renowned for its creamy, buttery taste with a slightly nutty and salty flavor, stands out in the world of gourmet delicacies. Sourced from the Beluga or Huso Huso sturgeon, a species once abundant in the Caspian Sea, Beluga caviar is cherished for its smooth, mild, and enriching taste. Unlike the more complex flavor profile of Osetra or the creamy texture of Siberian caviar, Beluga caviar offers a unique and sought-after gastronomic experience. The rarity and high price of Beluga caviar are attributed to several factors. One of the primary reasons is the extended maturation period of the Beluga sturgeon. It can take up to 20 years for a female Beluga sturgeon to mature and start producing eggs, and when it does, the number of eggs produced is fewer compared to other sturgeon species. These factors contribute to its scarcity and exclusivity. Caviar is generally considered a luxury due to its limited availability, labor-intensive harvesting process, and high pricing. The delicate eggs, ranging in color from light gray to black, are reserved for the most special occasions, offering a uniquely indulgent tasting experience. Caspian Sea sturgeons, particularly the Beluga sturgeon, are highly regarded for producing the best caviar in the world. In 2005, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service implemented strict regulations to protect endangered species, making it illegal to import wild Beluga sturgeon and pure Beluga caviar into the United States. Consequently, "Beluga Hybrid" and "Kaluga Hybrid" caviar from farm-raised sturgeons emerged as alternatives to the highly coveted pure Beluga and Kaluga caviars. Beluga caviar is best enjoyed in its pure form, allowing its distinctive flavor to shine. However, it can be complemented with various accompaniments such as crème fraîche, lemon wedges, hard-cooked eggs, mini potatoes, minced onions, blinis, and toast points lightly coated with unsalted butter. Each of these additions is designed to enhance the caviar's flavor without overpowering its natural richness and complexity. Beluga caviar remains a symbol of opulence and culinary excellence, a pleasure reserved for those who appreciate the finer things in life. It continues to be celebrated by caviar connoisseurs for its unparalleled smooth texture and captivating taste.

Beluga Caviar 贝鲁迦鲟鱼子酱

Chilled Products: "Chilled" indicates that your product will arrive not alive but fresh, with its temperature meticulously maintained between 0℃-2℃. We do not freeze products that are labeled as "chilled," ensuring they retain their optimal freshness and quality.

Weight & Count: 30g, in a jar with shell spoon

Ingredient: Sturgeon roe, Salt, E285.

Allergies: Fish(Sturgeon roe)

Storage Guidelines: Chilled Products: Keep refrigerated <3°C. Store at the bottom of the refrigerator and consume before the best before date on the package. Suitable for home freezing for chilled products.

Product Origin: Greece