NorumbegaDamariscotta River, Maine MapOyster bars nearbySuspended-culture oysters from the heart of Maine’s fabled Damariscotta River.Avg. rating 4.5 Love3Species: EasternCultivation: SuspendedSalinity: BrinySize: AverageRegion: Damariscotta 5 RatingsSubmit a Rating Ursa Medium on December 9, 2017 at 9:58 am Rating 5 Big, sweet, and incredibly tender. The liqueur is pleasantly salty, but the smoky sweetness of the oyster quickly washes out the flavor of the salty brine and fills your mouth with a taste and feel reminiscent of a good cigar. Log in to Reply Northeaster on September 26, 2017 at 10:55 am Rating 5 Just brought 3 dozen “Select” home from a trip to Maine, huge, perfect oyster! Grilled with butter, garlic, parmesan cheese and they are large enough to hold their own and the combined tastes are a delight! Log in to Reply Carter on May 3, 2016 at 8:46 pm Rating 4 What fun. I enjoyed a half-dozen from Harbor Fish Market in Portland, ME. What’s not to like? As can happen, one of the batch was a little different, nicely, with a kelpy, umami heartiness I enjoyed. Also reviewed by Rowan in an OysterGuide round-up of Maine oysters in 2010. Log in to Reply Northeaster on July 29, 2015 at 11:01 am Very nice…we got both cocktail size and select grillers….broiled the big guys with butter & parmesan cheese and with an anchovy/garlic/pepper butter: both good but prefer just butter/garlic. This is a plump, briny fellow with lovely ocean air to it, an oyster of substance! Log in to Reply Gordon Hay on October 23, 2015 at 8:55 pm Beyond Amazing … Everyone should French kiss a NorumbeggaSubmit a Rating Cancel replySign up now to post your rating, or login here.