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The Baerii caviar comes from the Acipenser Baerii sturgeon also called the Siberian Sturgeon. This species originated in one of the largest freshwater lakes in the world known as Lake Baikal (Siberia, Russia).

Our Baerii caviar cultivated in Iran and is a fine grain, it is smaller and darker than most caviar. Its colour ranges from classic smoky grey to black with a refined brown hue. The flavour palate of this caviar is nutty with a buttery after-taste. Its smooth creamy, butter-like consistency melts in the mouth. It is a popular and affordable alternative caviar to the Beluga.


Shipping & delivery

We ship via DHL Express from Monday through Thursday.

Except on Monday, deliveries are made between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 a.m.

If you make your order before 4 p.m., you will get it the next day.

Orders made on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday, on the other hand, will not be processed until Monday.

Since caviar is a perishable product, we always pack it in a special, cooled polystyrene box with ice packs. As a result, the caviar remains cool for up to 48 hours during transportation, ensuring that you always get the best quality.


Céleste fine Iranian caviar is an excellent source of omega 3, vitamin B12 and fatty acids (DHA and EPA). It also contains selenium, iron and sodium amongst other vitamins and minerals.

Serving tips for our caviar

For serving and tasting, be careful not to use metal utensils but rather one made of mother-of-pearl.

Acipenser baerii

The Acipenser Baerii sturgeon, also known as the Siberian sturgeon, is the source of our Iranian Baerii Caviar. This species originated in Lake Baikal, one of the world's largest freshwater lakes.

During the day, theses sturgeons congregate at the bottom of lakes and remain in places where the river bed is deep.

Over the course of 6 to 8 years, the Acipenser Baerii produces an exquisite roe. These fishes typically weigh +/-65 kg and have a length range of 1 to 2 m.

These beautiful creatures can live for up to 60 years.