Beluga Sturgeon Caviar




Collections: Caviar

Vendor: Magnatum

Tags: Kaviar


Beluga caviar comes from the Beluga sturgeon (Huso Huso). The fish can grow up to 8 meters long and weigh over 1.5 tons. It was originally found in the Black Sea, the Caspian Sea and the Azov Sea. It has also been in the Adriatic, the Ionian Sea and their tributaries before it became extinct there.  Beluga is the most expensive caviar due to its rarity and high quality. It is characterized by the large eggs, which are over 3.2 millimeters, the oval shape and the color, which varies from pearl to dark gray. This caviar should be enjoyed clean so that one can really appreciate its qualities.


Beluga caviar 97%, salt 3%

Storage time

3 months


Caviar should be stored at a temperature between -2 and + 2ºC. Once opened, it should be stored in the refrigerator and consumed within 7 days


Nutritional value of the product - per. 100 g / ml

Energy 444 Kj

Fats 5.7 g, of which saturated fatty acids 1.3g

Carbohydrates - 0.80 g, of which sugars - 0.00 g

Fiber -0.00 g

Protein - 12.90 g

Salt - 3.00 g

Reference intake of an average adult (2000 kcal)