Pickering Passage

Pickering Passage

Pickering Passage, Puget Sound   View on Ocean Map

Grown in bags staked to the beach in a famously long, narrow channel in southern Puget Sound called Pickering Passage. The narrow channel makes for extremely swift currents, which whisk an extraordinary amount of plankton-rich South Sound waters over and into the oysters. It’s like gavage for shellfish, resulting in what Hama Hama calls the “well-fed” South Sound profile: Full, sweet, and complex.

Pickering Passage (1 Rating)

  1. Rating 4

    sweet, west coast quality to it

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