Almas Caviar or Albino Sterlet Caviar is the rarest caviar in the world.
It comes from sturgeon specimens that lived at very deep depths and lost their pigment. It is the finest caviar, very creamy and has a butter-like colour, when freshly prepared and turns golden as it matures.
The most expensive caviar is the exclusive variety called Almas, which in Russian means “diamond”, and its price is almost as high as that of the precious gemstone.
Royal Beluga Caviar |Beluga (Huso Huso) - It is an organic product, obtained in our own sturgeon farms, in environmentally friendly conditions.
Female moray eels are reared until their second maturation cycle, 21 years old. At this stage the eggs are large, with a firm texture and an aromatic and creamy content. Royal Caviar is a treat for even the most experienced consumers. That's why we breed sturgeon, without the use of hormones, antibiotics, drugs, pesticides, or heavy metals. All caviar products under our "Danube Caviar" brand are 100% natural and certified organic.
Imperial Osetra Caviar (Acipenser guldenstaetdi) is a rare treasure, one reserved for true connoisseurs.
Its intense flavour and complex undertones recommend it as a true delight. The imperial caviar grains vary in colour from earthy tones to golden ones, thus granting it a place among the imperial court’s riches. Imperial Osetra Caviar (Acipenser guldenstaedtii) can be obtained from specimens that are in the second or third cycle of maturation. These specimens offer larger eggs with a firm texture. The taste is very aromatic, and the texture is creamy. This caviar comes from the European sturgeon species (Acipenser gueldenstaedtii) which is a marine, benthic fish of the family Acipenseridae (Acipenseridae) that lives in the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea and migrates to breed in the rivers that flow into them: from The Caspian migrates to the Volga, the Urals, the Cura; from the Sea of Azov - in the Don; from the Black Sea - in Rion, Dnieper, Bug, Dniester and Danube.