In the list of seafood delicacies, black caviar occupies one of the leading positions due to its taste characteristics and high content of nutrients, vitamins and minerals. Black caviar is obtained from sturgeon fish, such as beluga, Russian and Siberian sturgeon, sterlet, stellate sturgeon. Despite its name, true black caviar can range in color from almost white to black, and the most expensive black caviar in the world, sourced from albino fish, has a golden hue. The color of black caviar depends, among other things, on the age of the fish. It is believed that black caviar is the more valuable the lighter it is and the older the fish from which it was obtained.
The price for grainy black caviar of light shades, obtained from adults, will be higher. The high cost of black caviar is explained not only by the uniqueness of its useful and gustatory qualities, but also by the rarity and complexity of its breeding. Fish of the sturgeon family live up to a hundred years and spawn only a few times during their lives. Currently, sturgeon fish are endangered and their catch in the wild is almost universally banned. An alternative to wild fishing is the breeding of fish on special sturgeon farms.


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Beluga caviar
Beluga caviar is one of the most expensive and valuable in the world. Compared to caviar of other members of the sturgeon family, it leads not only in price, but also in the content of nutrients, vitamins and minerals, as well as in taste. Beluga caviar has a delicate nutty taste with light marine notes and large eggs with a diameter of 3 mm with a thin shell. The color of beluga eggs can vary from gray to dark gray and golden.
Siberian sturgeon caviar
Black sturgeon caviar is valued by gourmets for its rich, unique taste, light saltiness and high content of nutrients and vitamins. Sturgeon eggs, reaching up to 3 mm in diameter, are smaller than those of beluga, and the price of black sturgeon caviar is an order of magnitude lower than that of beluga. The color of sturgeon eggs varies from silver gray to dark brown and golden, and in adults it becomes light amber.