3 mm and up
Dark charcoal grey to black
Velvety, creamy, buttery and nutty
Beluga caviar is widely considered to be the king of all caviar types, and for good reason.
The Beluga is known as the largest and rarest of all sturgeons. These fish mature at 34 to 36 years of age and can grow to 6 meters in length, and weigh as much as 1 tonne. The Beluga sturgeon flourishes in a 16 kilometer long natural river system, fed by crystal clear mountain waters. The result is a beautiful large size roe with a delicate to fragile membrane, that literally melts on the tongue.