Muirgen oysters have beige flesh and are housed in a case of great purity. The oysters are plump and contain a perfectly balanced flavor.
Muirgen, the Gaelic word for 'born of the sea', is the Irish oyster that has a redolent flavor, while the Fine de Claire has a more salty tang, the Creuse has iodinous tang, and the Belon is sweet and fleshy.
One of the best places for oysters in the world is the bay of cancale, located opposite the famous Mont Saint Michel France. Oysters are farmed in this amazing place by Parc Saint Kerber since generations.