Almas Beluga is the world’s most expensive Caviar

Diamond valued at £25thousand for 1 kg! The word ‘Almas’ is Russian for a diamond, which is a fitting name for the world’s most expensive caviar. If you want to enjoy the world’s most expensive caviar you would have to pay £25,000 for 1 kg of fish eggs! The world’s most expensive Caviar is called ALMAS (Russian for Diamond). This Beluga caviar is white in appearance. The caviar comes from the fish which is 100-year-old albino Sturgeon in the Caspian Sea. As a general rule, the lighter the color of Beluga Caviar the older is the fish and the more elegant and exquisite is the flavor.

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Almas is extremely rare and extremely expensive. Obviously, it’s not widely available and in fact, the only outlet is the Caviar House & Prunier in London’s Picadilly which is allegedly the site of the most expensive meal in Britain. It is beautifully packed in none other than a 24K gold tin……diamond is always set in gold only!
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