The most expensive things in the world money can buy Most expensive caviar Almas, a caviar from the Iranian Beluga fish, costs $34,500 (£20,000) per kg. Also called “black gold,” the caviar is produced from the eggs of a rare albino sturgeon between 60-100 years old.
Almas Caviar (Price: 25k per kilo) Coming from Iran, this kind of white caviar would be the ultimate in luxury items. It’s not a joke, just look at the price of the food. It even comes in a 24-carat gold tin can. You can’t believe that some people will buy this. Well, they do.
Almas "diamond" cavier, so rare and expensive because the Beluga fish takes over 20 years to mature, and are rare to come by. They are the oldest survivors however, of the dinosaur era. They cost $8,000 to $15,000 a pound. Waiting list is 4 years.
Sturgeon caviar is the salted eggs, or roe, of the massive sturgeon fish. The world's most expensive caviar comes from the beluga species of sturgeon. Farmed osetra sturgeon caviar is currently the highest-end sustainable option on the U.S. market, prized for its firm, juicy eggs and nutty flavor. But beware: The term caviar is also used to refer to the salted roe from less desirable fish, including paddlefish, whitefish, trout, or lumpfish.