For Americans looking to add some pinky up energy into their lives, just know that for the first time in 15 years, purebred Beluga caviar is now legally available in the States — all thanks to Marky’s Caviar.
Back in 2005, Beluga caviar was banned in America due to the dwindling population numbers of the fish worldwide. Since Marky’s has been successfully been breeding Beluga and four other species of sturgeon at their farm in Bascom, Florida, purebred Beluga caviar can now be enjoyed by the American public.
Beluga caviar, or ‘Huso Huso’ as known by aficionados, is the most delicate and largest size of sturgeon eggs, providing an one of a kind pop amidst each luxurious and luscious bite.
For those looking to upgrade their breakfast experience further, try spreading some of Marky’s signature Caviar Butter on their otherwise bland toast. It features high quality French butter and 35% Marky’s Osetra caviar that lends to amplify itself as an opulent garnish for any bite looking to be boosted with bougie.