Beluga Caviar

BELUGA CAVIAR

Beluga is a caviar extracted from the Huso Huso sturgeon. A fish that can reach 8 meters (26 ft) in length and more than 1.5 tons (3300 lbs) in weight. Originally found in the Black Sea, Caspian Sea, Azov Sea, it was also present in Italy in the Adriatic Sea, Ionian Sea and their tributaries before its extinction.Its quality is the most rare and expensive, defined by large roe (more than 3 mm), oval shape and color tones of pearl to dark grey. This caviar has to be tasted strictly by itself to truly appreciate and savor its incredible quality.

Q Oscietra Classic

OSCIETRA CAVIAR

Oscietra caviar comes from the Russian Sturgeon (an ancient species originally native to the Black Sea, the Caspian Sea and the Azov Sea). It is a medium size fish that can weight from 44 to 110 lbs (50 Kg), providing a poppy and slightly nutty caviar with colouring that ranges from dark brown to beige. Many consider this to be the most refined caviar. Its eggs are large sized (between 2.7 and 3.2 millimeters). On average it takes between 9 and 13 years before getting this precious type of caviar.

Q Sevruga

SEVRUGA CAVIAR

Sevruga caviar comes from the Starry Sturgeon, a small sized species which rarely reaches 55 lbs (25 Kg). It can be found in the Black Sea, the Caspian Sea, the Azov Sea and in the respective tributaries, and it is also in the Aegean Sea and eastern Ionian Sea. It has a rather aromatic taste and is characterized by small eggs (about 2,2 – 2,6 millimeters) with a color that varies from light to anthracite grey. It is an extremely delicate fish to breed and it takes from 8 to over 12 years of waiting to get the caviar.

Q DaVinci Royal

DAVINCI CAVIAR

Da Vinci caviar comes from the Adriatic Sturgeon, an Italian species which is typical in the Adriatic Sea and the primary waterways of the Padano-Veneta region, Dalmazia, Albania and western Greece. This caviar, with its fresh, intense and decisive taste, has a particularly smooth consistency and its eggs are characterized by medium sizes (about 2.4 – 2,8 millimeters) more often with colouring in shades of brown and black. It takes 10 to 14 years to get the best caviar of this species.

Imperial Tradition

TRADITION CAVIAR

Tradition is a caviar extracted from the White Sturgeon, a native species of the Pacific Ocean found in the North American West coast, from Alaska to Southern California. It is one of the longest-living sturgeons, reaching up to one hundred years of age. It weighs 800 kg (1760 lbs) and can be as long as 6m (19 ft). High in protein, this lean fish is particularly refined and so is its exquisite large roe ranging from 3.0 to 3.2 millimeters (7/64 to 1/8 inch) in diameter and varying between dark grey to black in color.

Classic Lake St-Pierre Caviar

LAKE ST PIERRE CLASSIC CAVIAR

The Lake St-Pierre caviar originates from the Lake sturgeon also known as the Yellow sturgeon. It is still harvested from the wild following extremely strict environmental guidelines and quotas. Lake St-Pierre caviar is an exclusive product to the province of Quebec in Canada. The pearls vary in color from dark green to black and are medium sized (about 2.4 – 2,8 millimeters). It pairs nicely with potatoes, sour cream, crème fraiche, soft bread or with blinis.

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LAKE ST PIERRE ROYAL CAVIAR

The Lake St-Pierre caviar originates from the Lake sturgeon also known as the Yellow sturgeon. It is still harvested from the wild following extremely strict environmental guidelines and quotas. Lake St-Pierre caviar is an exclusive product to the province of Quebec in Canada. The pearls vary in color from dark green to black and are medium sized (about 2.4 – 2,8 millimeters). It pairs nicely with potatoes, sour cream, crème fraiche, soft bread or with blinis.

Q Siberian Classic

SIBERIAN CAVIAR

Siberian Royal is a caviar extracted from the Siberian sturgeon. A medium-sized fish with a weight between 8 and 40 kg (17.6 to 88.2 lbs). Originally found in the fluvial basins of Siberia (from the Ob to the Kolyma rivers) and Lake Baikal. The best and largest roe (more than 2.7mm) are selected for this caviar. Quite versatile with a bold pure taste, it pairs well with potatoes, sour cream, crème fraiche, soft bread or in the purest Russian tradition, with blinis as well as by itself to fully appreciate its qualities.

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OSCIETRA CAVIAR

Oscietra caviar comes from the Russian Sturgeon (an ancient species originally native to the Black Sea, the Caspian Sea and the Azov Sea). It is a medium size fish that can weight from 44 to 110 lbs (50 Kg), providing a poppy and slightly nutty caviar with colouring that ranges from dark brown to beige. Many consider this to be the most refined caviar. Its eggs are large sized (between 2.7 and 3.2 millimeters). On average it takes between 9 and 13 years before getting this precious type of caviar.

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SEVRUGA CAVIAR

Sevruga caviar comes from the Starry Sturgeon, a small sized species which rarely reaches 55 lbs (25 Kg). It can be found in the Black Sea, the Caspian Sea, the Azov Sea and in the respective tributaries, and it is also in the Aegean Sea and eastern Ionian Sea. It has a rather aromatic taste and is characterized by small eggs (about 2,2 – 2,6 millimeters) with a color that varies from light to anthracite grey. It is an extremely delicate fish to breed and it takes from 8 to over 12 years of waiting to get the caviar.

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DAVINCI CAVIAR

Da Vinci caviar comes from the Adriatic Sturgeon, an Italian species which is typical in the Adriatic Sea and the primary waterways of the Padano-Veneta region, Dalmazia, Albania and western Greece. This caviar, with its fresh, intense and decisive taste, has a particularly smooth consistency and its eggs are characterized by medium sizes (about 2.4 – 2,8 millimeters) more often with colouring in shades of brown and black. It takes 10 to 14 years to get the best caviar of this species.

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BELUGA CAVIAR

Beluga is a caviar extracted from the Huso Huso sturgeon. A fish that can reach 8 meters (26 ft) in length and more than 1.5 tons (3300 lbs) in weight. Originally found in the Black Sea, Caspian Sea, Azov Sea, it was also present in Italy in the Adriatic Sea, Ionian Sea and their tributaries before its extinction.Its quality is the most rare and expensive, defined by large roe (more than 3 mm), oval shape and color tones of pearl to dark grey. This caviar has to be tasted strictly by itself to truly appreciate and savor its incredible quality.

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TRADITION CAVIAR

Tradition is a caviar extracted from the White Sturgeon, a native species of the Pacific Ocean found in the North American West coast, from Alaska to Southern California. It is one of the longest-living sturgeons, reaching up to one hundred years of age. It weighs 800 kg (1760 lbs) and can be as long as 6m (19 ft). High in protein, this lean fish is particularly refined and so is its exquisite large roe ranging from 3.0 to 3.2 millimeters (7/64 to 1/8 inch) in diameter and varying between dark grey to black in color.

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SIBERIAN CAVIAR

Siberian Royal is a caviar extracted from the Siberian sturgeon. A medium-sized fish with a weight between 8 and 40 kg (17.6 to 88.2 lbs). Originally found in the fluvial basins of Siberia (from the Ob to the Kolyma rivers) and Lake Baikal. The best and largest roe (more than 2.7mm) are selected for this caviar. Quite versatile with a bold pure taste, it pairs well with potatoes, sour cream, crème fraiche, soft bread or in the purest Russian tradition, with blinis as well as by itself to fully appreciate its qualities.