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Aphrodite Maine Oysters (So. Thomaston, ME)


Shipped from our Portland, Maine Wharf location to your door.
Order by 8 AM EST (Monday-Thursday) for Next Day Overnight Delivery.
FREE overnight shipping options available!
Gift notes + custom future delivery dates can be selected at checkout.

Overnight Delivery

Order by 8 AM EST (Monday-Thursday) for Next Day Overnight Delivery. Custom future shipping dates and gift messages can be added at checkout.

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Our commitment to quality and freshness means that we meticulously pack and prepare every order on the day of shipping. We ship from our location on Holyoke Wharf in Portland, Maine's historic Working Waterfront (416 Commercial St, Holyoke Wharf, Portland, ME).

Once UPS picks up your order, a tracking number will be sent to your email. You can use this number to track your order all the way to your doorstep. When checking out, you can select a delivery date from Tuesday through Friday.


These Aphrodite oysters are grown, brined, and harvested in the crisp, clean, salt waters of Penobscot Bay. The farm is located in the Lower Weskeag River, So. Thomaston, ME.

Apthrodite's are grown by oyster farmer Krista Tripp. She grew up on the water, serving as the sternman for both her grandfather and father. To diversify her income on the water, she decided to start the oyster farm in 2017.

Here's what Krista has to say about her oysters, "Did you know it takes 3 years for our oysters to grow? This is because the water temperature is much colder where we grow our oysters when compared to other oyster farms. This is what gives our oysters their unique flavor profile ad also makes for a much tastier oyster! They’ve been brining for 1 more year than most marketable oysters. Give Aphrodite’s a try, and you’ll see the difference!"

Sourced directly from local Oyster farm Aphrodite, of So. Thomaston, Maine. Aprodite's can be ordered online for overnight delivery to your door.

Watch behind-the-scenes action of Krista at her farm. Video by our friends at the Maine Aquaculture Association