Colossal Galapagos Lobster Tail (16 – 20 ounces)
The Galapagos lobster (also known as the Ecuadorian lobster) is a species of spiny lobster found in the waters around the Galapagos Islands. They are known for their large size and delicious meat.
Colossal Galapagos lobster tails are a type of seafood delicacy that boast the largest tails among lobsters. They are highly sought after by seafood lovers and chefs for their rich flavor, firm texture, and impressive size.
Due to their rarity and size, Colossal Galapagos lobster tails are often quite expensive and can be difficult to find outside of specialty seafood markets or high-end restaurants. They are usually prepared by grilling, broiling, or steaming, and are often served with melted butter, lemon, or other flavorful sauces.
These exceptional quality lobsters are unique to the world of lobster. Because of the cold water Humboldt current which runs across the Galapagos Islands, these lobster tails have taken on their own unique coloration, with an eating quality exceeding normal warm water lobster tails.
DID YOU KNOW? The belly of the red shell lobster is black. After living for a million years on volcanic soil Galapagos lobsters have taken on this black belly color.