Beluga (Huso Huso)
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Native to the Black, Caspian or Azov Seas, Huso Huso sturgeon have also been observed in the tributaries of the Adriatic and Ionian Seas, before disappearing. It can reach a maximum length of 8m and weigh more than 1.5 tonnes.This variety of caviar is the rarest and most expensive in the world. It is characterized by grains with a diameter greater than 3mm, rather oval in shape, with a colour ranging from pearl to dark grey. It takes 20 years to obtain this caviar! Available in: 20g-30g -50g-100g
Behind cashmere and fine leather, caviar is a luxury that has become a part of Italy’s heritage, as Italy is resolved to conquer the world with farms that cover nearly a third of world production, to the point that Russia now imports 5 tonnes of caviar annually from Italy. In reality, the production of Italian caviar is the perfect return to an ancestral tradition. A bas-relief of the fish market in Rome dated 1581 shows a sturgeon - suggesting that caviar was already consumed on the peninsula in the 16th century