Beluga Caviar Tag

Alternatives to Illegal Beluga Caviar Beluga Caviar The challenge to find suitable alternatives to Beluga caviar has resulted in a delightful exploration of a range of surprisingly close caviar variations. Traditional Beluga caviar/HUSO HUSO (scientific name) is harvested from the roe of the Beluga Sturgeons that were mostly found in the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea basin.  Despite exaggerated spikes in the cost of this caviar, consistent demand that led to overfishing coupled with environmental changes resulted in a serious threat of extinction for the Beluga population.

Caviar is another name for a diamond and it suits The Expensive Almas Caviar well as this is being considered the world's most expensive caviar. Almas caviar comes from Iran and it is rare and costly to state the least. The price will leave you thinking...

The beluga or European sturgeon is a species of anadromous fish in the sturgeon family (Acipenseridae) of order Acipenseriformes. Heavily fished for the female's valuable roe-- known as beluga caviar-- the beluga is a late-maturing and huge fish that can live for 118 years. The...

There are a lot of  Caviar fun facts, including one that has a long and remarkable history as a highly valued delicacy, it's normally very expensive, and often enjoyed only by the rich. There are numerous kinds of caviar, ranging in price from unaffordable for the majority...