Salvation Cove oysters are collected from wild stock, and the initial stage of their grow-out occurs in a mid-water suspension culture. That is to say, the tiny Salvation Cove oysters are placed in large bags constructed of a fine woven mesh, and are held off of the bottom by a series of buoys and lines. This method of grow-out keeps our Salvation Coves free of much of the bio-fouling so commonly associated with oysters which are only bottom-cultured.
|Northwestern region of Prince Edward Island, Canada|
|Flavor Profile:||The meats of the Salvation Cove oysters are robust, and will present quite well at any raw bar as they fill the shell completely. The flavor profile of the Salvation Cove oysters is relatively simple with a high salinity up front which is followed by a remarkably crisp, clean finish.|
|Pack Size:||100 count|
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