For 200 years, Delaware Bay oysters have been prized for their fine flavor and plump, firm meat. In their heyday, during the late 19th century, schooners and oystermen harvested the bivalves for local oyster houses and also for restaurants in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Chicago, St. Louis and San Francisco.
|Southern Delaware Bay, Delaware|
|Flavor Profile:||The Delaware Bay is home to 2 unique flavors of oysters, one from the inner bay and the other from the Cape Shore. The Cape Shore oysters are briny, with a sweet, nutty astringency while the inner bay oysters have a milder flavor.|
|Size:||up to 5 inch|
|Pack Size:||80 and 100 count|
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