Origin: Skookum and Totten Inlets, Puget Sound, Washington
Species: Crassostrea sikamea
Originally from southern Japan, these true Kumamoto oysters are grow in the warmer waters of both Skookum and Totten inlets—two of a handful of channels comprising the South Puget Sound. The deep-cupped Kumamoto is buttery, smooth and sweet, making it a popular choice for both oyster connoisseurs and newcomers. The firm meat gives way to a creamy, light finish with hints of honeydew melon.
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