Live Blue Point Oyster.
Blue Point Oysters are a type of Crassostrea Virginica oyster that are grown in the Long Island Sound, Connecticut, Delaware, New Jersey and Virginia regions of the United States. These oysters have a distinct taste profile, characterized by their briny and slightly sweet flavor with a crisp finish. They have a plump meat with a smooth texture, and their shells are medium to large in size, typically measuring 3-4 inches in length. Blue Point Oysters are often enjoyed raw on the half-shell, but can also be cooked in a variety of ways such as grilling or baking. Their popularity and availability have made them a staple in the seafood industry, and they remain a sought-after delicacy for oyster lovers and seafood enthusiasts alike.
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