Once in while the catch from the Caspian Sea bears real gold. Almas is the rarest caviar in the world.
Once in while the catch from the Caspian Sea bears real gold. Almas is the rarest caviar in the world. It is taken from behind the gills of an Osciestra sturgeon when they are between 60 and 80 years old. Almas Caviar eggs are a pale translucent amber colour and are without a doubt the true treasures of the Caspian Sea. These perfectly rounded golden eggs are any foodies dream. The eggs are so fresh that they roll on your tongue before popping perfectly on the roof of your mouth, releasing a taste explosion to tantalise your tastebuds. The eggs have a beautifully buttery taste while still maintaining the nutty tastes associated with Oscietra caviar. Before they focused on farmed caviars, Caviar House once held a limited stock of Almas Caviar. They quoted the value of this product as £14,000 per kilo and held in such high regard that they sold the product in 24 carat gold plated tins. As always, we provide value for money in all our produce, hence you won't be buying a 24 carat tin!Almas caviar is the King of all caviars and is in a league of its own (as stated by Jay Rayner, leading food journalist, Observer Food Magazine)Due to the limited supply of this caviar, we can only offer the product in limited quantitiesDo not forget that you can use your Foodie Club membership to redeem your entitled discount. Please make sure you have your membership number before ordering.