Wild Cat Cove is located in southern Puget Sound, Washington just inside the mouth of Little Skookum Inlet. It is a nutrient rich area that produces oysters that grow very quickly and that tend to have very plump, full meats. They are introduced to the beach in large mesh grow out bags that are placed on the bottom. After a few months, they are transferred out of the bags and onto the beach, and they finish growing as intertidal beach cultured oysters. Their flavor begins with a mild saltiness, followed by what’s generally a full sweetness, and finishing with the fruity aftertaste common to pacific oysters.