Beluga Caviar del Tíbet is obtained from the female Huso Dauricus sturgeon, also called kaluga, which is closely related to the traditional beluga of the Huso Huso species. It has only recently been cultivated in fish farms, where it takes more than 12 years to reach maturity and start producing roe. It originates in the Amur River, which runs along the border between China and Russia. The beluga is the most prestigious and prized caviar in the world. Its roe is thin-skinned and has a diameter greater than 3.2 mm. Its texture is firm and has a unique and glazed shine, and its intense creamy flavour has a delicious nutty touch. It’s light in colour, somewhere between dark brown and greenish grey.