Beluga refers to the most prized of all caviar. Beluga comes from the largest sturgeons, weighing up to two thousand pounds. At twenty years maturity, it yields legendary large sized pearls with characteristic light-to-dark-gray hue and an extaordanary smooth, buttery taste.

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