Each color represents the international symbolization of caviar; blue for Beluga, orange for Osetra and red for Sevruga.
- Beluga caviar is made from a 15-year old sturgeon. Its color varies with sturgeon’s skin color, and usually it is blackish-grey or silver tint. Beluga caviar is the most expensive type of caviar because it can only be obtained from sturgeon that is grown for a long time and its egg size is large.
- Osetra caviar is obtained from a 10-year old sturgeon. It has only scent for Osetra, and its color varies with sturgeon’s skin color. Osetra caviar is the most consumed caviar.
- Sevruga caviar is obtained from a 7-year old sturgeon. The caviar has rich protein and lipid. The egg is small, but it has a unique scent and taste.