West Coast Oysters
Farmed, Hood Canal, WA - 3" - 120cnt bag
The NAKED COWGIRL® Oyster is a farmed beach oyster from the Hood Canal of Washington State. The 2 year old oyster is very delicious taking on the flavors of the rocky shoreline of The Naked Cowgirl® Oyster Ranch...where you're certain to come across a Naked Cowgirl lying on the beach. Her sexy fluted shell flares at the edges in a curvy crescendo of a black, striking contrast with pearly white interior, giving it an appearance of laced lingerie. The firm texture of her meat is a delight on the tongue and slowly unfolds notes of sweet cantaloupe and celery with hints of fresh salinity; simply gorgeous in a single large slurp.
Farmed, Hood Canal, WA - 3.75" - 120cnt bag
This oyster is a premium fluted shell delight! The meat has a firm texture with notes of sweet cantaloupe and hints of celery on the lingering finish.
Farmed, Hood Canal, WA - 2.0"-2.5" - 120cnt bag
This naughty little oyster has a deliciously creamy meat. It first gives you a delightful light saltiness on the tongue then slowly engages reminders of sweet cantaloupe and celery on the creamy finish.
Farmed, Pickering Passage, WA - 3"-3.5" - 120cnt bag
This farmed oyster has a beautiful clear salinity that lays transparent on the tongue. The meat is sweet and succulent and the shell is light in weight.
Farmed, Eld Inlet - 3" - 120cnt bag
Eld Inlet Oysters are a Pacific Northwest oyster from the pristine waters of South Puget Sound. These oysters tend to have high levels of glycogen which gives them a sweet flavor and a buttery texture.
Farmed, Quilcene Bay - 3" - 120cnt bag
Quilcene Oysters are accustomed to fighting the tides, clamping tightly shut during low tides to preserve their “liquor” and to protect themselves against predators. Because of this “tough” life, beach raised oysters are hearty. Their ability to close tightly, coupled with their hard shells, gives them a longer shelf life.
Farmed, Oakland, WA - 2.25" - 60cnt box
The Genuine Kumamoto is a Purebred Pedigree Sikamea Species Oyster and is considered The Emperor's Choice. Kumamoto are definitely a giant among oysters, but not because they are large. It is, in fact, quite small, only slightly larger than the tiny Olympia oyster. With its deep cupping and highly sculptured, fluted shell, this smooth, fruity morsel has a dedicated fan club. Lovers of Kumos will wait an eternity for them, and claim that with them they can love long, and be well.
Farmed, Baja, MEX, - 2.5" - 120cnt bag
This purebred pedigree Kumamoto is produced in San Quintin, Baja California where the pristine cold waters of the Pacific are rich with plentiful algie year round. The moderate air temperature remains in the 70Â° - 80Â° range year round producing a perfect oyster growing environment for this aquaculture. Although the Authentic Kumamoto are a small oyster, they have a robust salty punch with a sweet melon finish.
Farmed, Baja, MEX - 2.75" - 120cnt bag
The Blue Devil Oyster is one Hellacious morsel of Sinful Pleasure. It has a nice deep cup that bursts with a salty start. Her succulent meat is incredibly clean with cooling hints of cantaloupe and cucumber embracing the tongue and laced with continuing notes of salt that wisp by colder than a Witch's T_t on the finish.
Farmed, Baja, MEX, - 2.75" - 120cnt bag
She has a fun name and delivers a punch of feisty salt, followed by a cool sweet cucumber finish. This delectable treat works very well on any restaurants' happy hour or regular menu.
Farmed, Baja, MEX - 3" - 60cnt bag
The little sister of the Double D Cup Oyster, the Sea Cup Oyster is just the right size. It has a nice deep cup that bursts with a salty start. Her succulent meat is incredibly clean with cooling hints of cantaloupe and cucumber laced with continuing notes of salt on the finish. Like the Double "D" Cup Oyster, the Sea Cup Oyster is an oyster that we suggest to only serve in pairs!
Farmed, Nandua Bay, VA - 2.75" - 100cnt bag
Farmed on the bay side waters of Nandua Bay, VA this medium sized delicacy is plump and firm with sweet meat in a crisp and clean liquor.
Farmed, Samish Bay, WA - 2.75" - 60cnt box
The Shigoku oyster is a suspended culture pacific oyster that is repeatedly tumbled during the course of its grow-out. The tumbling process takes place while the oyster is in the water by means of a round floating basket that is constantly turned end over end by wave and tidal action. The result, which takes almost two years, is an oyster that has a smooth, hard shell and a very round shape. It tends to be salty, mildly sweet, with a long fruity finish.
Farmed, Samish Bay, WA - 3.5" - 60cnt box
The Fat Bastard oyster is a suspended culture pacific oyster that is repeatedly tumbled during the course of its growth. This three year old oyster is almost twice the size of its sister the Shigoku oyster and also has a smooth, hard shell and a very round shape. It tends to be salty, mildly sweet, with a long fruity finish.
Farmed, Totten Inlet, WA - 2.75" - 120cnt box
The PACIFIC PLUMP OYSTER shell is ruffled like the hem of an evening gown and it's flavors couldn't be more distinctly feminine. The floral nose of daisy flower fades into an herbal note of chervil on the palate. The creamy texture is a surprising compliment to the mouthfeel of this plump oyster's lacy salinity.
Farmed, Totten Inlet, WA - 1.75" - 120cnt bag
The Lurida species oyster is an indigenous native oyster of the Pacific coast of North America and is the smallest oyster in our lineup. "The Might Oly" unlike its size has a HUGE personality. Subtle sweetness gives way to a rich minerality and a long copper finish.
Farmed, Deep Bay, BC, CAN - 2.25" - 120cnt bag
Kusshi translated from Japanese means ‘precious’, and nothing could be a more apt description. Kusshi has an incredibly soft, delicate texture with crisp clean notes of watermelon rind on the palate and a wonderfully faint lingering of salinity on the tongue.
Farmed, Hammersley Inlet - 3" - 120cnt bag
Hammersley Oysters are a Pacific Northwest oyster from the South Puget Sound region. Hammersley Oysters are a delight with a medium salinity on the splash of the tongue. The floral nose of daisy flower fades into an herbal note of chervil on the palate. The sweet finish is a surprising compliment to the mouthfeel of this plump oyster's lacy but firm meat.
Farmed, Skagit Bay, WA - 2.0" - 120cnt bag
Shio Tang means "Cute Candy" in Chinese. This delicious morsel has a very sweet meat with a light whisper of ocean air in it's adorable finish. A perfect dance with a beautiful flute of sparkling wine or champagne.
Farmed, Skagit Bay, WA - 2.5" - 120cnt bag
The Sexiest Oyster On The Planet! Designed with New York flair and cultivated in the algae rich waterways Skagit Bay, Washington, Shibumi oysters are an Oyster Rorschach: different flavors at different times for different people. Shibumi oyster are meticulously grown to the exact specifications mandated by Blue Island Shellfish Farms. Using innovative tidal tumbling techniques, Shibumi oysters are deeply cupped, have plump sweet meats, a very low salinity, and a lingering smoky finish. Shibumi oysters are sexy, fun and most importantly, DELICIOUS!
Farmed, Skaggit Bay, WA - 3.5" - 60cnt bag
The UFO (Ultimate Freaking Oyster) is a large oyster with a full succulent meat. It has a surprisingly low salinity and is incredibly clean with lingering hints of cantaloupe and cucumber on the finish. Very good raw and uniquely awesome for cooking because of its exceptionally high levels of glycogen and omega three fatty acids. They are "OUT OF THIS WORLD"!!!
Farmed, Hammersley Inlet - 5"-8" - 60cnt bag
The image is a cooked oyster. You can notice how much meat is still in the shell. Very plump meats with hard and heavy shells. They have a medium salinity on the splash of the tongue. The floral nose of daisy flower fades into an herbal note of chervil on the palate. The sweet finish is a surprising compliment to the mouthfeel of this plump oyster's lacy but firm meat.
Farmed Waipapa Bay, New Zealand - 3.25" - 120cnt box
Kiwi Cup are an excellent quality, single seed, Giga species oysters. They are initially cluster grown, separated, then placed in tidal tumble bags to produce a superior grade Coromandel oyster. This oyster is a great alternate during the Summer "off season" of West Coast Oysters. Kiwi Cup have full, crunchy, sweet meat, reminiscent of cantaloupe rind & kiwi on the palate and a crispy clean snap of light salinity on the tongue.