World’s Most Expensive Beluga Caviar – The Beluga Club Singapore

Caviar is derived from the Persian term Khaviar, which means “egg-bearing.” Other fish roe, such as salmon, paddlefish, whitefish, and lumpfish, must be labeled with the fish’s name before the word caviar. If the term caviar appears on the label by itself, it must be from a sturgeon.

This year for my birthday, I got to eat Beluga sturgeon – Huso Huso caviar, which is native to the Caspian Sea basins and produces the largest and softest roe. Beluga caviar is the most expensive caviar in the world. The rare “king of caviars” retains its position as the most expensive caviar available, praised for its huge grains and silky smooth texture. Under the title The Beluga Club, Aj Jami, a seller of these magnificent Iranian Caviar, mostly supplies high-end restaurants and his circle of private clients. I was one of the lucky few who got to try it, and we even added 24K gold foil for good measure. Thanks AJ!

The flavors were buttery and creamy with just a bit of saltiness, in my opinion. Huso-huso Sturgeons require 19 years for females to reach maturity and 12 years for males to reach maturity before producing these magnificent pearls. Buttery or creamy aromas with undertones of hazelnut and almond are regarded as its modest yet distinct flavors. Pale gray, steel, or jet black are all possibilities. This Black diamond was cut from an extremely old Huso Huso with a color grade of 000.

Beluga Caviar  obtained from the Beluga sturgeon (Huso huso), native to the Caspian Sea on north of Iran. The Beluga is the largest Jurassic sturgeon, which produces the largest and softest roe. Hence Beluga dubbed the world’s most expensive caviar.

“10 Secrets you should know about consuming Caviar”

  • Caviar is rich in Vitamins A and E. these vitamins are important for the growth of cells and for the health of your immune system
  • Zinc, iron and selenium. Zinc is a powerful immune system booster.
  • Selenium to improve your red blood cell production.
  • Iron is important for healthy and regular circulation.
  • Potassium a nutrient that is lowering your blood pressure.
  • Potassium again to help prevent the build-up of kidney stones.
  • Say Goodbye to migraine.
  • Arginine, to improve your circulation. Arginine is actually the substance in caviar that is thought to give it an aphrodisiac effect, If you have poor blood pressure, constant cold hands, or suffer from persistent tiredness, then you may benefit from increasing your caviar intake.
  • Highest In Omega-3 fatty Acid
  • Cure Depression & Regulate your mood.

These sought-after Iranian Beluga Caviar are available 50grams and other sizes. It comes in glass jar or French tin. The beluga club also have seasonal caviars like Ossetra and Sevruga. Delivered to your door step chilled; available on The Beluga Club and Atlas

Today, caviar primarily comes from the following species: Adriatic sturgeon, beluga sturgeon, European sturgeon, Kaluga sturgeon, Pacific or white sturgeon, Persian sturgeon, Russian sturgeon, Siberian sturgeon, starlet sturgeon and stellate sturgeon. The term “caviar” is sometimes incorrectly used to refer to roe from other fish species. “Caviar” is only correct and accurate when it refers to the roe from sturgeon.

Mak Sin Wee

In a short decade, Wee had live in major cities around the globe. Holding residency in Tokyo, Bueno Aires, Vancouver, Seoul, Kuala Lumpur, Antwerpen, Mexico City, Venezia, Cairo and Singapore. His flair for everything delicious, designer hotels and intrepid traveling sets him apart. A true digital nomad connoisseur for fine wine and arts. His fortune mainly comes from his fashion jewelry distribution business. Currently an aspiring writer trying to complete his very first travel novel series, launching an online gifting website at the same time and in hope to one day exhibit his artwork at the famed Biennale in Venice, Italy.

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