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Washburn Island

All Oyster farms owe their success to one selection, the oysters being grown in America's first seafood grant dating back to 1877!

There's a reason why Washburn Island Oysters are being grown on the oldest aquaculture grant in the U.S.A. As early as 1877, shell fishermen have known that these waters hold magical properties.

Washburn Island Oysters spend their lives in the warm, nutrient-rich waters of Waquoit Bay, which is buffered by an estuarine research reserve on one side and Washburn Island (which is part of a state park) on the other. The result is a superior, clean-tasting brine forward oyster with tones of light mineral and ultra clean finish!!

Type: Crassostrea virginica
Harvest Location: Waquoit Bay
Flavor Profile: Clean-tasting brine forward oyster with tones of light mineral and ultra clean finish!!
Size: 3"
Pack Size: 50 count and 100 count

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