Sturgeon caviar is the salted eggs, or roe, of the massive sturgeon fish. The world's most expensive caviar comes from the beluga species of sturgeon. Farmed osetra sturgeon caviar is currently the highest-end sustainable option on the U.S. market, prized for its firm, juicy eggs and nutty flavor. But beware: The term caviar is also used to refer to the salted roe from less desirable fish, including paddlefish, whitefish, trout, or lumpfish.
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,