Imperial Gold Caviar
Starting at $100.00
The Imperial Gold Caviar is produced from the same hybrid sturgeon species as the Imperial Gold Reserve. While the pearls of the gold are not quite as firm or large as the Reserve, this is still a top-notch gourmet selection.
This Gold caviar’s firm pearls will melt in your mouth with a full-bodied, creamy flavor and pleasing, clean finish.
Imperial Caviar Company – Co-Branded Caviar
Ali Reza Korouji of Imperial Caviar has been a friend of Browne Trading and a trusted source of the world’s best caviar for decades, initially sourcing wild Beluga, Osetra, and Sevruga caviars from Iran.
As the world’s market has shifted, Imperial has become a leading caviar producer in their own right, choosing select members from stocks of farmed sturgeon raised by Kaluga Queen in the 10,000 Great Lake region of China. Sturgeon are raised in deep-water pens where they thrive in conditions similar to their natural wild habitat.
The caviar is then transported to Germany, where Reza’s team of hand-selected caviar professionals turn out some of the most visually-striking caviar on the market.
Caviar Graded and Packed at Browne Trading
All the caviar offered by Browne Trading is graded by our Caviar Master Richard Hall. Grading consists of opening large tins of Caviar, sent from the producer, and evaluating the caviar’s tone, texture, and taste.
Did you know that Browne Trading is the only caviar company in the United States that co-brands with producers of caviar? This means you can trace the caviar right back to the farm it came from! It also means that our caviar is the finest the producer has to offer, this is natural as it has their name on the label.
Quick Imperial Gold Caviar Facts
- Species: (Acipenser Schrenkii & Huso Dauricus) Kaluga Hybrid Sturgeon
- Color: Amber to golden
- Taste: Nutty, creamy
- Size of Pearls: Medium
- Texture: Firm
- Country of Origin: China
New to caviar?
Be sure to check out our how to care and serve caviar. Note that Caviar will remain optimal in your refrigerator, unopened, for 4-6 weeks. Crucially, once opened you should consume within three days.