The Sun Hollow oyster is bag cultured in Puget Sound, more specifically, in the tidal zones of beaches of Lower Hood Canal. The beach grow out produces a thick shell, and a strong adductor muscle. The thick shell prevents splintering during shucking, and the strong adductor keeps the valves shut and the liquor intact. The Sun Hollow possesses a medium to high salinity and a sweet finish.
Tasting Notes: high salinity, sweet finish