Baeri Classic

Baeri Classic

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If you want to get acquainted with caviar, then Baeri Classic caviar is extremely suitable for this purpose. The caviar comes from the Siberian sturgeon (Acipenser Baerii), one of the most commonly farmed sturgeons. For many people, the Baeri Classic caviar has a recognisable, typical caviar taste and that makes it very popular. The caviar is known for its high quality and is one of the most eaten caviars in the world.

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The taste

The eggs are relatively small with a size of 2.0 to 2.5 mm. This size is also ideal to process the caviar in various dishes or you can enjoy this caviar in between on your hand or on a blini. The colour of the eggs varies from anthracite to black. The caviar has an aromatic taste with hints of herbs and almonds.

Natural environment

Since 2010, wild caviar has been banned. There is no distinction between wild and farmed caviar anymore, because all caviar is nowadays farmed. We find it very important that the caviar has a wild flavour, because that is what makes the best caviar. We have therefore chosen to buy caviar from sturgeons which live in a natural environment. The sturgeons live in a huge natural lake in China, which is more than 200 metres deep in some places. The sturgeons grow up in basins and at a later age they are released into the lake. This release is important because it allows them to swim around freely and to search for food, this is definitely beneficial for the quality of the caviar. There is also a farm in Italy where we get the Baeri Classic caviar. This farm also provides the most natural environment possible. There is ensured a high quality of water in the basins, because that ensures a high quality of the eggs that the sturgeon produces.


China, Italy


Siberian Sturgeon


Anthracite, black

Grain size

2,0 – 2,5 mm


Briney, aromatic, with notes of spices and almonds

Available types

30 grams, 50 grams, 125 grams, 250 grams, 500 grams, 1000 gramm