Pacific Oyster Sampler
4 Dozen Oysters
Cannot be shipped to to Texas, Louisiana, or Hawaii.
Line 'em up and slurp 'em down. Compare the different flavors, textures, and experiences of some of the best Pacific oyster varieties.
Our oyster sampler is a selection of whichever local oysters are popping up in the ocean this week, and right now that includes the following (though substitutes may be made):
Kumamotos - 2 dozen
Shigokus - 1 dozen
Pacifics - 1 dozen
Fresh oysters are best kept alive by placing them in an open container in a refrigerator and covering them with a clean wet towel to prevent them from drying out. Do not keep them in a bucket of sea water, in plastic bags or other air tight containers.
The sooner live oysters are consumed, the fresher they will be (especially when you plan on eating them raw). Depending on whether you're eating them raw or cooked, they should remain fresh (when properly stored) for 5-7 days. If they start smelling fishy or if they are open, throw them out!
RECIPES & TIPS
Despite their reputation for being tricky, oysters are surprisingly easy to open with an oyster knife and the proper technique:
Visit our oyster recipes collection for mignonette sauce recipes, grilling techniques, a baked oyster recipe and more!