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Imperial Beluga

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Iranian caviar from the Caspian Sea. Immerse yourself in the fascinating Beluga world with the Imperial Beluga. Creamy, buttery taste with a medium to dark grey colour. Ideal for people who have not yet had the chance to taste Beluga.

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Type

Beluga

FLAVOUR

Creamy, buttery

GRAIN SIZE

3.1-3.2 mm

GRAIN FIRMNESS

Smooth, melting

GRAIN COLOUR

Medium to dark grey, light black

SALINITY

2-3%

ORIGIN

Iran

SCIENTIFIC NAME

Huso huso

We offer you the best caviar from HACCP certified farms that use ISO certified fish feed and provide the fish with enough space for natural growth – more than internationally prescribed. No growth hormones or other artificial additives are used.
Caviar contains important vitamins, proteins, omega-3 fatty acids, mineral salts and amino acids. Iranian expertise and skill revive the true taste of caviar – in sustainably farmed quality.

  • For people who have not yet had the opportunity to taste Iranian caviar.
  • For amateur chefs who wish to highlight caviar in their dishes.
Per 100 g
Energy 1‘117.88 kJ (267 kcal)
Protein 25.3 g
Carbohydrate 1 g
of which: sugar 0.2 g
Fat 18 g
of which: saturated fatty acids 3.33 g
Salt 2.54 g
Fiber 0 mg
Cholesterol 500 mg
Magnesium 300 mg
Potassium 164 mg
Calcium 133 mg
Iron 9.6 mg

*1 kcal = 4.1868 kJ   /   1 kJ = 0.2388 kcal

Description

We offer you the best caviar from HACCP certified farms that use ISO certified fish feed and provide the fish with enough space for natural growth – more than internationally prescribed. No growth hormones or other artificial additives are used.
Caviar contains important vitamins, proteins, omega-3 fatty acids, mineral salts and amino acids. Iranian expertise and skill revive the true taste of caviar – in sustainably farmed quality.

For whom?
  • For people who have not yet had the opportunity to taste Iranian caviar.
  • For amateur chefs who wish to highlight caviar in their dishes.
Nutrition facts
Per 100 g
Energy 1‘117.88 kJ (267 kcal)
Protein 25.3 g
Carbohydrate 1 g
of which: sugar 0.2 g
Fat 18 g
of which: saturated fatty acids 3.33 g
Salt 2.54 g
Fiber 0 mg
Cholesterol 500 mg
Magnesium 300 mg
Potassium 164 mg
Calcium 133 mg
Iron 9.6 mg

*1 kcal = 4.1868 kJ   /   1 kJ = 0.2388 kcal

Recipes

How to Serve Caviar

The best way to taste caviar is with a mother-of-pearl spoon. Don’t use metal cutlery in order to avoid flavour changes in your mouth. Do you need the appropriate tableware or presentation bowls? Contact us.

Savour our caviar simply on a toasted slice of dark bread with some or without butter. Did you already try caviar with a hard boiled egg?
Our recipes

How to store caviar

We'll coordinate with you for a delivery date of your caviar. Upon reception, put it immediately into the fridge. It’s best to place it right at the bottom in order to ensure the best cooling.

Please observe the expiry date on the back of the tin. After opening, savour the caviar within one week.

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