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13 Oyster Variety Set
 "Slurp Your Sorrows" or "Celebrate Your Shucks" post election whilst enjoying  13 DIFFERENT Maine oyster farms symbolically representing the 13  original colonies!

Product Includes

  • 13 Maine Oyster varieties - 3 different sizes  
    • 26 oysters - 2 from each farm
    • 52 oysters - 4 from each farm
    • 104 oysters - 8 from each farm
  • Hand painted American Flag oyster shell by Maine renown artist Jillian Herrigel
  • Specialty Maine Maple Blueberry Mignonette by chef Todd
  • Custom Coastal Maine map to chart/view your different farmers/oysters

Creating relationships & sourcing oysters from 30+ farms enables us to share  a wide range of different types of farms and farmers with you!
From Casco Bay & the New Meadows River through the famous Damariscotta River Region and Downeast....we look forward to slurping with you!

Interactive Online & Printed Map

Track your slurps & learn about your farmers #myslurps!

Meet the real heroes

Artist & Chef
Jilly is a little camera shy but she would love to show you her studio located @ Basecamp in Phippsburg Maine. She is there most days when not walking Taylor.
He thinks pretty highly of himself, but he can because his mignonettes are out of this world!

$99 $124

Price includes FREE overnight priority shipping
Enjoy fresh Maine oysters from 13 different farms!  Perhaps the largest ever multi variety oyster pack around.  "Celebrate your Sorrow" or "Slurp your Shucks" enjoying  2, 4, or 8 oysters from 13 local Maine farms along with a custom hand painted American Flag Oyster shell & more!

Lobster Roll Kit
Lobster Meat
Shucking Kit
Shucking Kit
Shucking Knife
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What the Slurpers are saying!

I can say THIS is the Breakfast of Champions! My oysters arrived in great condition and icy cold. I had to slurp a few down as soon as they got here, but I have saved the rest for later. A lot of people talk about liking "salty-sweet" treats. Usually, they mean chocolate-covered pretzels or something like that. But if you ask me, fresh oysters on the half-shell are the real salty-sweet treat! As a guy who has grown up in and around the waters of the Chesapeake Bay, I was always taugh

Doug Alexandria, VA