WEEK 1: Snow Island
Grown by the Quahog Bay Conservancy in Harpswell, 100% of the sales of Snow Island oysters goes back to the non-profit efforts. The mission of Quahog Bay Conservancy is to revitalize the ecosystem of Quahog Bay to a robust and resilient state for all communities that depend on it. Through sustainable aquaculture, ecosystem monitoring, and community education, they aim to conserve natural habitat, protect native wildlife, foster environmental stewards, and support Maine’s working waterfront.
ONLY SHIPPING FOR DELIVERY DATE 9/4
Location: Quahog Bay, Harpswell, ME
Technique: Top cultured--grown to market size (2-3 years) in floating cages along the shores of Snow Island, nourished by cold, clean water & large sweeping tides of Quahog Bay.
Appearance: White, striated well-shaped round shells.
Flavor: High salinity, sweet, grassy earth tones.
It was just OK! They were delicious but most were tiny! It was like eating "pullet" eggs from chickens. Why not let them grow out so it would be an event enjoying them.Lots of bucks for little oysters!! But they were sweet salty and delicious!