Beluga Caviar is often considered the King of Caviars. This is partly thanks to the large size of its grains, often appreciated by consumers nostalgic for wild caviar. Beluga Caviar comes from the Huso Huso sturgeon after at least 20 years.
Beluga Caviar is quickly recognizable among all caviars thanks to its large pearl gray and melting eggs.
Thanks to an exclusive partnership with a fish farm in Bulgaria, Caviar de Neuvic offers you this exceptional Beluga caviar.
Beluga caviar, an evocation of wild caviar
Its grain is the largest of all caviars. Its taste is powerful and the texture of the grains is creamy.
Its color varies in a light shade of gray. Very rare, Beluga Caviar is also the most prestigious of caviars.
Beluga Caviar comes from Huso Huso
Beluga caviar comes from the Huso Huso sturgeon. Raised in the middle of a reservoir fed by melting snow, this species of sturgeon can reach more than 100 kilos at 20 years old.
Today, only certain countries produce farmed beluga caviar. The size of this sturgeon also contributes to the reputation of this product. We noted the record catch of a beluga sturgeon measuring more than 7 meters and 1.5 tonnes!
Also, a female sturgeon only produces eggs after 18 years of life. This explains the large size of its grains, often appreciated by consumers nostalgic for wild caviar.