Caviar is another name for a diamond and it suits Almas Caviar well as this is being regarded as the world’s most expensive caviar. Almas caviar comes from Iran making it extremely rare and extremely expensive.
The only known outlet is the Caviar House & Prunier in London England’s Picadilly that sells a kilo of the expensive Almas caviar in a 24-karat gold tin for £16,000, or about $25,000. Coincidentally, it is also where you can find the most expensive meal in Britain.
The price will leave you guessing as to what makes the Almas caviar so expensive and irresistible. The outlet at which one can view the Almas caviar is Caviar House and Prunier in London. A kilo of the Almas caviar is priced at $25,000. No need to get disheartened though. If you are tight on budget, you can go in for a miniature version of Almas caviar which is priced at $800.
If you are guessing if what makes Almas caviar so expensive and special, here is the answer. Almas caviar comes from Iranian Beluga fish. The fish is found in most unpolluted waters of Caspian Sea and the pristine waters of the place make it for the Almas caviar to be special.
Almas comes from eggs of albino sturgeon which is rare in itself. When it comes to eating, the caviar is eaten directly from the skin. The Almas caviar is a variety of Beluga caviar. The pearly white colour of this caviar is its speciality that pushes up its price and makes it simply amazing. Add to it the silky texture and the Almas caviar becomes, what it is.
People, all the world over are willing to pay up to $25,000 for a pie of Almas caviar for what is regarded as salted and sieved fish eggs. Have you taken your share of Almas caviar?