Beluga caviar was once synonymous with the high life, luxury and sophistication, sought and served at the best hotels and restaurants in the world. Uncontrolled fishing led to the depletion of the huso huso species and in 2004 the United States Fish and Wildlife Services placed Beluga on the Endangered Species list. It banned the import of the caviar into the United States and the efforts to help this species recovered began. Today, Beluga caviar is still illegal – though you might find some disreputable vendors selling black market Beluga.
At Gourmet Food World, we take pride in seeking the best caviar for our customers, which is why we recommend those looking to buy Beluga caviar try our new Beluga Hybrid caviar, an exciting new caviar produced from a crossbreed between the Beluga and the Siberian sturgeon. Beluga Hybrid yields large, buttery caviar eggs that have that creamy and smooth texture so characteristic of our beloved Beluga.
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A Beluga-Siberian sturgeon hybrid yields large pearls with exquisite buttery flavor and nutty notes.