Wild Dams are oysters that 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 half shell, but are also an excellent option for grilling, frying and steaming!
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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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My oysters of choice never fail. I love ordering the wild dams because they tend to be big plump juicy and deliciously briny. And you get 50 for$100! Fresh out of the Damariscotta River. Glidden Point always delivers them fresh, next day delivery. A taste of Maine in every slurp!
These oysters have awesome flavor. The brininess is perfect for raw oysters and also good for Rockefeller style. My only concern is the size but this is the nature of naturally grown oysters.
I have been ordering oysters online from glidden point since I visited them personally in October during the pandemic. I live in NYC and the oysters always come cold and fresh, in one day free delivery avx are good for atleast a week. I've been getting the wild dams because I love their irregular shapes and their delicious briny flavor. They remind me of Maine!!!! This recent shipment the oysters were great size and great taste!!! A bonus to getting the wild dams are you get 50 for$100 so it's an amazing deal!!! Thank you Glidden Point!!!! JD from SI
We’ve been ordering Glidden Point oysters for a number of years now, and they have always been excellent, fresh and have kept well in the refrigerator. The last batch were wild oysters, since the Glidden Points were sold out. They were very good, as usual, but they didn’t keep. We found a few dead ones and ended up throwing out the remainder since they began to smell.