The Caribbean wild spiny lobster tails come from the warm waters of the Bahamas and are of high quality and very fresh. Ideal for festive meals, the Cuisine & Ocean spiny lobster tails are guaranteed wild.
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The spiny lobster is the biggest and most plentiful in the Caribbean. It lives on the reefs of the Western Atlantic Ocean, at a depth of 6 to 20 meters, in waters around 20°C. In the Bahamas, the spiny lobsters are fished traditionally in traps from the beginning of August until end of March.
The Bahamas – a world of sandy beaches, coral and a turquoise sea with a subtle palette of blues and greens. A rocky seabed full of life that is one of the best diving sites in the world. This is the environment where the Caribbean spiny lobster lives.
In the Bahamas, our spiny lobsters are fished traditionally using traps, from the beginning of August until end of March. The use of selective traps guarantees the respect of the environment and the species.