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Caraquette Oysters

Kusshi Oysters

Caraquette Oysters

  • 3-up inches in size
  • Choice oyster
  • 100 count per case
  • Harvested in New Brunswick
  • Fresh
  • Product of Canada

Beausoleil

Beausoleil Oysters

  • 2.5-3 inches in size
  • Choice oyster
  • 100 count per case
  • Harvested in New Brunswick
  • Fresh
  • Product of Canada

Virginica Oysters

Virginica Oysters

Virginica oysters are raised in two different Washington locations, southern Puget Sound’s Totten Inlet and and northern Puget Sound’s Samish Bay. They are unique in that they are the first eastern oysters to be grown commercially in Washington state since the early 1900’s, when a large quantity were grown in Willapa Bay for the oyster hungry San Francisco market. Virginicas take three to five years to reach three and one half inches, which is the size at which the cup has fully developed. They have an attractive and clean pear shape, and the shells are quite smooth, lacking the sharp flutes common to pacific oysters. Their flavor begins fairly saltly, then goes very sweet for an eastern species, and ends with a mild mineral like finish.

Malpeque Oysters

Malpeque Oysters

  • 3-up inches in size
  • Choice oyster
  • 80, 100, 120, 140 count per case
  • Most consistent oyster in quality and size
  • Sushi Name: Kaki
  • Harvested in P.E.I.
  • Fresh
  • Product of Canada

Shigoku Oysters

Shigoku Oysters

  • Shigoku means “The Ultimate” in Japanese
  • 2-3 inches in size on average
  • Packed 5 dz. or 60 ct.
  • From Washington State, Samish Bay
  • Fresh

Pacific Rim Oysters

Pacific Rim Oysters

More information coming soon

Mattaki Oysters

More information coming soon


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