The bay where Fiddle Head oysters are raised is located on the south shore of the Cape, in the quaint village of Yarmouth Massachusetts. The cages are set in the flow of the incoming and outgoing current, so it tumbles the oysters almost daily. This produces a strong shell with exceptionally deep cups. The objective of using floating cages is to capture more of the flavors from the tides than the surrounding vegetation. The bronze shells are a Classic teardrop shape and perfectly formed wide deep cups. Fiddle Head oysters have the full brine and mineral flavor of the ocean with whispers of a crisp butter head leaf.