Invest in Black Gold: Beluga Caviar

I so believe in a Higher Power since I just read that Beluga Caviar IS BAAAAACK!

Granted it will be in very limited quantity and probably extremely expensive, since even before last year’s ban, Beluga Sturgeon Caviar was selling for about $9,000.00 per kilogramme. The new Beluga quotas are measly: 300 kilogrammes for Azerbaijan; 1.76 tonnes for Kazakhstan; 1.0 tonne for Iran; 700 kilogrammes for the Russian Federation, and zero for Turkmenistan. So scoring this culinary black gold is not going to be easy.

But just think– if your teen pisses you off, you can always threaten to raid the college fund and really indulge. Read more at

By Vagablond’s Token Redhead.

Posted by Janice Nieder on February 12, 2007 in Food

Comments (1)

  1. Essence
    Essence says:

    Caviar is so expensive these days, but its great for brunch with eggs.
    Found your blog through Ladyglyde’s post on Caviar!

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