Every year, our caviar is selected locally at the source. Whether on the Caspian Sea, in Alaska, Uruguay or China, no journey is too far for us to check the required standards and guarantee the highest quality requirements. On behalf of Caviar Tresor, our caviar is shipped in original tins to Waterloo in Belgium, where it is decanted and packaged in one of the most modern caviar laboratories in the world.


Before being decanted, the caviar is taken out of the original tins and carefully examined by our caviar experts: the pearliness and shine of the grains, as well as a fine smell typical of the species, are the main characteristics of high-quality caviar. Good caviar must, above all, be uniform in shape and size.


To prevent the caviar from oxidizing, it is transferred from the original tin into smaller tins within a few minutes. The highest EU hygiene standards are observed and checked regularly.

Depending on the customer's wishes, the caviar is transferred into glass, a slip-on can or a vacuum can. In accordance with EU guidelines, each can is sealed with a sealing tape and provided with the corresponding Cites and lot number. This way we can guarantee that every single can of caviar can be traced back to its source! When, where and by whom the catch was made can be determined in this way.


After transferring and delivery, our fresh caviar can be stored for up to 2 months at a temperature of +/-2 degrees Celsius. It is always shipped in Styrofoam boxes. These are filled with ice packs so that the cold chain is not interrupted.