The Sturgeon is, without a doubt, the best. And not just any sturgeon, but the Caspian Sea’s BELUGA STURGEON. Even yet, there appear to be TWO CLASSES of it.
(according to Gordon Ramsay)
Overfishing has made the Beluga Sturgeon extremely endangered. To protect and maintain the rare eggs, they must be collected by hand. Even experienced anglers will find it difficult to capture these fish, which may weigh up to 60 pounds when fully grown.
(from Miroslav Vojtek, Czech Republic fishing guide)
The current market prices for the first class of caviar is $7,000 to $10,000 US per KILO. This is caviar that is between 20 and 80 years old.
The ALBINO BELUGA STURGEON CAVIAR from the Caspian Sea is also the most costly.
(picture courtesy of Pinterest – Albino Beluga Sturgeon)
But it’s not only the rarity of the fish that makes this caviar so expensive; it’s the ULTRA-rarity of the fish’s quality. They only take it from STURGEONS OVER 100 YEARS OLD.
(taken from the APP)
This caviar costs $25,000 per kg in the United States.
Who needs a vehicle or a house, really?
Carp eggs fried Children are fed. Their mothers realize how much it costs to take them to the hospital to have a bone extracted from their neck. Maybe some other bony fish.