Source: Chef’s Resource
Rainier Oysters are the “big bad boys” of Puget Sound, with an average size of about 4″ – 5″ long, but easily reaching sizes of over 6 inches long. They are cultivated in South Puget Sound in the shadow of Washington State’s famous Mt. Rainier. They are a large beach grown which have plump, full meats and are perfect for an oyster bake, grilling, barbequing, or for stew. If eaten raw, the smaller Rainiers have a buttery, creamy texture, a light brininess and sweet flavor.
|South Puget Sound, WA|
|Flavor Profile:||Rainier Oysters have full meats with a buttery, creamy texture, a light brininess and sweet flavor.|
|Pack Size:||60 count|
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