Northern Puget Sound

Judd Cove

A Pacific oyster grown in the immaculate waters of Orcas Island, between Washington and British Columbia. Out there, they are practically immune to the vibrio and red tide attacks that affect mainland Washington oysters. Grown in bags on long lines, Judd Coves have pretty shells with purple and green swirls, and creamy white flesh contrasting with a precise black mantle. They are mild and vegetal in flavor, only slightly salty, and easy to eat.

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