Caviar has three different kinds including Beluga, Osetra and Sevruga. Iranian caviar has reputation all over the world so it is a popular product to export.

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What is Caviar?

Caviar, the most luxurious food of the world, is the eggs of the sturgeon fish. The caviar is after “Khaviar” in Farsi which means bearing eggs.
Caviar is normally being eaten raw or with boiled egg and chopped onions. Some others also eat small amounts of Caviar with special vegetables which are fragrant or toast bread and butter. Others prefer to eat Caviar cold and pure. Caviar is used as a garnish or an appetizer during the particular events, weddings and etc. Caviar is also a main part of the menu in many five star restaurants and hotels.
The Caspian Sea placed in the north part of Iran is famous as the largest source of Caviar throughout the world, supplying a large amount of the world’s Caviar. Each year a large number of sturgeon fishes are released in the Caspian Sea by Iran due to protect their growth.

Caviar Varieties:

There are three major kinds of caviar:

  • Beluga:
    It is one of the oldest, rarest, and most interesting kinds of sturgeon fish, comes from the species Huso Huso. It usually weighs 70 to 400 pounds when harvested and may weigh up to 2000 pounds. About 15% of its weight is eggs. The Caviar of beluga fish is the most valuable and the most precious kind of Caviar in the world. It is more valuable than the other two types of Caviar which is light gray and large in size. The female Huso huso doesn’t bear eggs until around 25 years old and may live up to 150 years. Beluga with a rich, creamy taste and subtle texture is the most popular and honored of all Caviars.
  • Sevruga:
    It is taken from Acipenser stellatus. These small sturgeons are normally less than 50 pounds. Sevruga is light gray in color and has a creamy texture, so great in taste.
  • Osetra:
    It is a rare golden Caviar (or Imperial caviar). These sturgeons are in different sizes from 30 to 160 pounds. This golden caviar is highly prized and the eggs of this species are usually more brownish in color. The caviar has a special nutty taste.

Caviar Benefits:

Caviar is rich in vitamins and minerals, including omega 3, which helps to improve body health and immune system. Caviar is full of vitamins A, E, B6, Iron, Magnesium, and Selenium. Moreover, it is a great source of Vitamin B12, one serving of caviar can eliminate an adult’s daily requirement of Vitamin B12. Caviar’s benefits are as follow:

  • Makes the heart-healthy
  • Prevents cancer
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Improves immune system
  • Improves eyesight
  • Strengthens bones as it has Vitamin E and Calcium
  • Avoids depression
  • Solves memory problems
  • Improves anemia
  • Prevents Alzheimer