The word caviar comes from the Persian word Khag-avar, meaning the roe-generator...
The word Almost means diamond, a fitting name for the world’s most expensive caviar. This Beluga caviar is white in appearance. The most expensive caviar comes from the Beluga Sturgeon, native to the Caspian Sea. Generally, the lighter the color of Beluga caviar the older the fish is. The word caviar comes from the Persian word Khag-avar, meaning the roe-generator. In Medieval Russia, caviar was a peasant food, but by the time Shakespeare wrote, caviar had gained its association with connoisseur ship and luxury. An important fact about caviar is that the older the fish, the more elegant and exquisite is the flavor.
Almas caviar comes from Iran making it extremely rare and extremely expensive. The only known outlet is the Caviar House & Prunier in London England’s Radically that sells a kilo of the expensive Almas caviar in a 24-karat gold tin for £16,000, or about $25,000. Coincidentally, it is also where you can find the most expensive meal in Britain. The Caviar House also sells a £800 tin for those on a smaller budget.
Beluga caviar is composed of pea-sized, gray eggs. In general, the lighter the color, the more expensive it is. The grades are: 0 (darkest color), 00 (medium toned), and 000 (lightest color). The 000 grade is the most expensive and is sometimes referred to as “royal caviar”. In terms of texture, royal caviar is often described as rich and silky.
All caviar has an extremely short shelf life, so if you’re able to afford it, make sure you eat it all!