Source: Chef’s Resource
Baynes Sound Oysters are also known as Komo Gway Oysters and are a Pacific Northwest oyster from one of the British Columbia oyster appellations. They are cultivated in the heart of Canada’s Shellfish Capital – the Comox Valley within the traditional territory of the K’ómoks First Nation. The pristine coastal waters of Baynes Sound provide an abundance of nutrients for these oysters which have a long history of sustainable farming practices.
|Baynes Sound, E. Vancouver Island, British Columbia|
|Flavor Profile:||Baynes Sound Oysters are firm fleshed with a refreshingly briny taste and vibrantly colored mantel. They have a subtle note of cucumber & a slightly sweet finish|
|Size:||up to 4″|
|Pack Size:||60 count|
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