Caviar is a natural product, it is rich in lecithin and vitamins A, B and D, as well as many other valuable minerals. You do not need to be an expert on medicinal properties to appreciate its taste. Gourmets can distinguish between five shades, namely Sevruga, Osietra, Imperial, Imperial Gold and Beluga Caviar.
Sevruga (Acipenser stellatus) is the smallest and most common sturgeon. Gets 1.5 meters tall, weighs 15-40 kg and starts producing rum at 7 years of age. The rum is small and salty.
Beluga (Huso Huso) is perhaps the most famous of the sturgeon fishermen. Can be up to 5 meters long and normally weighs between 100-250kg, can weigh up to 1000kg. Adds around 30 kilos of rum. starts laying rum around the age of 25. Can be up to 120 years old. Light gray to dark gray in color. Buttery and creamy in taste. Usually no more than 100 copies are caught per year.