Buzzards Bay, MA
Take a bath in Bourne Cove where natural spring water combines with cool, clear salty Buzzards Bay. This combo of fresh + salt will cleanse your soul like a walk on the beach and bring back memories of dreamy days spent on the Cape. Big deep cups. Hearty.
robust | briny sweet | nostalgic
3 - 4 inches (Grandé)
Pairs Perfectly with:
- Iced Tea with Mint
- Beach Bums
- Skinny Dipping at Night
- Gin & Tonics with a Twist
Indian Cove Aquaculture, the heart of the Cape
J. R. Nelson and G. M. Besse started as Schroeder started farming oysters in the mid-1900s and now have over 60 years of experience in the seafood industry. Their farm is located in Wareham, Massachusetts on the waters of Buzzards Bay near the Cape Cod Canal. The farm-raised oysters from Wareham and Onset have been shipped all over the United States and are beloved by connoisseurs and newbies alike.
The Gritty Details:
Cultured spat is raised in an upweller, then moved to floating cages for grow-out. Time to market: 2 to 3 years.
Flavor Influenced by:
- Salinity: 3.1% < 3.5% full oceanic salinity
- Tides: Dynamic currents from Cape Cod Canal
- Bottom Makeup: Rocky bottom with abundant seaweed