• Taylor Shellfish Shigoku Oyster
  • Taylor Shellfish Shigoku Oyster
  • Taylor Shellfish Shigoku Oyster
  • Taylor Shellfish Shigoku Oyster
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  • Taylor Shellfish Shigoku Oyster
  • Taylor Shellfish Shigoku Oyster
  • Taylor Shellfish Shigoku Oyster
  • Taylor Shellfish Shigoku Oyster
Taylor Shellfish Farms

Taylor Shellfish Shigoku Oyster

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  • Japanese for “ultimate”, the Shigoku oyster is a product of the genius minds at Taylor Shellfish Farms. Using the natural ebb and flow of the tide, the oysters are passively-tide tumbled twice a day to continuously push the limits of their shell as they grow, which gives them their smooth scoop-shaped cup and firm meat.

    These small, dense oysters contain the ultimate oyster flavors—light with a clean salinity. We recommend eating them raw on the half shell to catch the subtle finish of water chestnut and Jerusalem artichoke.

    Thank you Taylor Shellfish. Or should we say, Arigatou gozaimasu.

  • Shigoku oysters hand harvested hours before being packaged and shipped directly to you.

    No middleman = Unsurpassed freshness and quality!

  • Product arrives live, use immediately.

    Shellfish can stay fresh for up to 7 days when treated with love. Upon arrival, remove your oysters from the box, gently place in a bowl, cover them with a wet a towel, and store in your fridge.

    Cooking Suggestions

    • raw / sushi
    • grill
  • Oysters make your heart stronger and brain sharper due to their omega-3 fatty acids. They're also loaded with vitamin E, an antioxidant, and high levels of calcium, iron and vitamins keep your bones, blood and eyesight in good shape.

    The highest source of zinc found in any food and the amino acids in oysters also boost testosterone and estrogen, which is why they are touted as aphrodisiacs. Keep looking great, as oysters help maintain collagen levels in your skin and they are high in protein, but low in calories.