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Ukrainian Caviar Berry



If you expect a black color when selecting premium caviar, you might be surprised.
Caviar can be gray, brown or olive with a golden reflection, among a great many other shades.
Have a look first before tasting and savor the unique color of our black gold.


Russian sturgeon caviar

Black sturgeon caviar is well known all over the world. It is the second-most valuable type behind beluga sturgeon. It boasts a unique, balanced bouquet of flavors, characterized by a bright nuttiness. This is the diamond of culinary luxuries, served in the most prestigious hotels and resorts. Bright sturgeon caviar berries are about 3mm in diameter and resemble small pearls. This caviar leaves no room for other distractions on the table. True connoisseurs know what delight looks like.


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Beluga hybrid caviar

Caviar from bester, a hybrid of beluga and sterlet, is slightly lower in value than sturgeon. This is largely due to the earlier maturation of female besters, allowing for an earlier extraction of caviar (around year seven) and a higher fertility. Claims about the significant difference in taste between bester and the sturgeon standard are little more than rumors or false advertising.


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Beluga hybrid caviar

Caviar from bester, a hybrid of beluga and sterlet, is slightly lower in value than sturgeon. This is largely due to the earlier maturation of female besters, allowing for an earlier extraction of caviar (around year seven) and a higher fertility. Claims about the significant difference in taste between bester and the sturgeon standard are little more than rumors or false advertising.


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