50 Count Damariscotta River Wild Oysters
These beautiful oysters are harvested by hand from the banks of the Damariscotta River where they grow wild. These unadulterated, free range bivalves have a sweet plump meat and a clean, crisp, briny finish that fans of this growing area will be well accustomed to!
Wilds are great on the halfshell, but are also an excellent option for grilling, frying and steaming! Try them today with Lemon Chive Butter from Casco Bay Creamery!
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- Sold in 50 count bags.
- All oyster orders are shipped overnight delivery.
- Please choose a delivery date before placing your order.
- Refrigerated, your oysters will stay deliciously fresh for 7-10 days.
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The 50 wild river oysters were amazing! We will definitely be ordering again!
Five star oystersThis shipment came through in flying colors . They are extremely fresh really nice and salty very juicy and wonderful
Love the oysters from your area, and love visiting your area. My buddy Mitch-man at Midcoast Kayak sent me your way and i didn't find you immediately when looking for a local grower with shipping via google, so not sure why google didn't help that initial search. but it did not really matter as i planned to ask for some guidance anyway. As for the oysters, my friends here loved them, the wonderful brine spoke of just pulled freshness, and most oysters were nicely fattened. However i did think some were a little small for harvesting. A couple were pale and skinny, and a few a little dirty, but all in all it was a pleasure to be popping your oysters for guests. I have perhaps been spoiled by prior slurpings of some monster-sized oys from your river basin, but trust that your business can continue to thrive as conditions change in challenging times. i will be coming back to you for more again before long, and likely to recommend you to some chef friends when we discuss Maine seafood and living. I just shot off your info to a chef in Key West.
Both types of oyster were great. Clams too. Can’t wait to visit there in a few weeks as we have the past two years.