What is Caviar?

What is Caviar?

Caviar is the roe (eggs) of the sturgeon fish, that lives in and around the Caspian Sea. There are four main varieties: Beluga, Ossetra, Russian and Imperial. Marketed worldwide as one of the rarest, most costly foods, caviar has been prized for many years.

Beluga Hybrid

Well known for its large pearl like eggs and full bodied and rich flavor with very creamy texture and long finish. The Huso Huso sturgeon, indigenous to the Caspian Sea are the largest of all sturgeon species, growing up to a ton in the wild.

Royal Siberian

Our Siberian Ossetra caviar has a unique clean, crisp nutty flavor. The caviar has medium sized pearls, is dark brown in color and has a firm texture, and originates from the Siberian Sturgeon.

Russian Ossetra

With nutty flavored, medium size and firm texture, Our Classic Russian Ossetra caviar is produced by the medium sized sturgeon. The color of Ossetra caviar varies from light brown to dark brown and is highly prized for its excellent taste. 

Imperial Ossetra

Golden Imperial Russian Ossetra caviar has rich and large-sized eggs with a firm texture and golden color. The flavor is described as nutty and buttery, and distinct to caviar connoisseurs. We select and grade these small batches of Russian Ossetra to verify it is of the highest quality.

With its refined, delicate flavor and texture, real caviar remains one of the most desired foods offered, which is why you can usually find it served in high-end restaurants and hotels everywhere around the world.

Due to over fishing, wild caviar is not offered in the Western World, and farmed caviar is viewed as a suitable substitute. Caviar is being farmed in several countries currently.

Caviar, the eggs of the sturgeon fish, is soft in texture, pea size and comes in various sizes, colors and textures – depending on the type of sturgeon fish it originates from.

Real caviar is best enjoyed on its own, or on toast, thanks to its delicate style. Champagne is usually served because it goes well with caviar , however the Russian tradition is to serve it with liquor and little lightweight savory flap-cake. The caviar is served either on a glass or a pearl dish. It is also said that caviar helps build an alcohol resistance, because it contains acetylcholine.