Chelsea GemEld Inlet, Puget Sound Map it!The original tide-tumbled oyster. Perfect, manicured shape and mild flavor due to constant tidal action.Avg. rating 4.5 Make a favorite35Species: PacificCultivation: TumbledSalinity: LowSize: SmallRegion: Puget Sound 5 RatingsSubmit a Rating Carter on October 20, 2016 at 4:27 pm Rating 4 Real nice shell. Mid-size, tumbled plump, mild and creamy. I tried plain and ended up mixing that creaminess with a touch of cocktail sauce and horseradish, then back to raw, and back again, at Shaw’s oyster bar, Chicago Sam Goldman on October 5, 2016 at 3:26 pm Rating 5 My new favorite west coast oyster. Not too “complex” Perfectly briney, amazingly creamy, Bonus points: Easy to shuck (helpful when you’re doing 100’s) and pretty to look at zebra striped undersides. Keep up the good works ChelseaFarms! BrianwDC on August 6, 2016 at 1:59 am Rating 4 A very good oyster, have tried several times over many months.Sweet start, mineral, briny finish. jlgibbons on March 23, 2015 at 12:05 pm Rating 5 One of my all time favorite oysters. Great flavor, good meats. Grown in “flip-bags” in Eld Inlet by the Lentz family. Some of my all time favorite people. Rowan Jacobsen on March 1, 2015 at 8:43 pm Rating 4 Stunning little tumbled Pacifics with a mouthwatering pickled-cucumber brine to them. The white, black, and purple stripes on the deeply scooped shells make them feel like jewelry (or Baltimore Ravens swag). Some seasons, the meats can be a little thin and watery, but the flavor is all there. Submit a Rating Cancel replyPlease login to submit a rating, or register here.