List of oysters - farmers
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Fine de Claire
The Fine de Claire is a well-known French oyster that has undergone its last 'affinage' (ripening process) in the 'claires' on the Atlantic coast of France. These exceptional claires, which are connected to the open sea, are shallow closable basins. The affinage in these claires gives these oysters a stronger, slightly sweeter taste. The Fine de Claire has a meat percentage of between 6.5 and 10.5%.
Special de Claire
The Special de Claire is a well-known French oyster that has undergone its last 'affinage' (ripening process) in the 'claires'. This oyster stays in the claires for longer than most of its predecessors: namely 2 to 6 months, with a maximum density of 10 oysters per square metre. This gives this oyster its characteristic roundness and depth. The taste of a Special de Claire differs from a Fine de Claire in the firmer texture of the meat and ...
Special de Portugal
Under the ‘Portugal de Special’ label, we deliver a selection of high-quality Creuse oysters from Portugal, in particular the Setubal area. Selecting from the products of local growers allows us to offer beautiful specials with meat percentages in excess of 10.5%. These oysters are less salty than is usual in this region. World of Oysters is in contact daily with a selected group of passionate growers, and makes a selection from the supply on offer.
The Grevelingen Creuse is also called Zeeland Creuse Special. This delightful delicacy is cultivated with great dedication and craftsmanship by the Dhooge family of De Oesterij in Yerseke. The unique nutrient riches of Grevelingenmeer give this oyster its distinctive special flavour. The cocktail of algae aromas, the many hours of sunshine and the clear water turn the unique flavour of this plump and creamy oyster into a true taste sensation. The Grevelingen Creuse has a deep-cupped bowl and an oval, jagged shell.
The Oosterschelde Creuse is also called Zeeland Creuse. This briny delicacy is cultivated with great dedication and craftsmanship by the Dhooge family of De Oesterij in Yerseke. The unique flavour of this delicate oyster is lightly fruity with a deliciously fresh and briny accent. The Oosterschelde's robust sea flavour creates the sophisticated bite that sets this oyster apart. The Oosterschelde Creuse has a deep-cupped bowl and an oval, jagged shell.