Throughout our lives, the list of things that can be delivered to our doors has grown exponentially. Particularly in the last little while (cocktails anyone?). These days, you have almost anything your heart (or stomach) desires dropped off, you need never step foot outside again should you not wish to. Convenient in current times.
The latest addition to the list is oysters. Not just any oysters though, freshly shucked oysters of the very highest quality, direct from the sparkly seas of Tasmania and South Australia (miss you). How good.
It’s all thanks to new Gold Coast business Clan Oysters, who are all about fuelling our bodies with nutrient-rich foods, as it is scientifically proven to be the most effective and potent way to optimise health.
Which means you can eat all the oysters you like, guilt-free.
Oysters are considered one of the most powerful ingredients on the planet because of their capacity to boost the immune system, support physical and mental wellbeing and revitalise the body. A few things we could all use a little help with right now.
What makes oysters so damn effective is their potent blend of brain nutrients including the highest natural source of zinc together with iron, iodine and copper.
So if you need a little bit of extra nourishment in your life, and you also love eating fresh, delicious seafood, your prayers have been answered.
Clan offer free Gold Coast delivery. You need to order by 8pm Thursday for a delivery choice of Friday or Saturday and drop off times are between 8am – 3pm. They’ll text you when they’re on the way.
Alternatively, if you’re having a sweet party and you want to impress your friends with the freshest oysters, without actually having to go anywhere to get them, that’s possible too.
Choose from one dozen for $35, two dozen for $60 or the Deep Bliss Deluxe Box including a bottle of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut, a box of Loco Love artisan chocolate from Byron Bay and your choice of one or two dozen Pacific oysters from $125.
Life just got a little bit fancy Gold Coasters, get involved.
Words by Kirra Smith