Lobsters are crustaceans and come in four types: clawed, spiny, slipper and deep sea. Of the four different types, only clawed and spiny are familiar to most people when they order lobster tail in a restaurant. There are many different types of lobster tails. America, Canada, South Africa, Australia, Brazil and New Zealand are some of the better known lobster harvesting areas, but anywhere there is an ocean you can find lobster.
Lobsters live in both warm and cold water so you can find them on any coast. A lobster can be as big as 45 pounds and 42 inches long, but for best eating, the one to three pound lobsters are preferred.
South African rock lobster tail is rose colored, lives in cold water and grows slowly. Their tails are more muscular than some and thus provide a unique flavor.
Australian lobster tails are from West and North Australia and are said to be one of the most favorable. They are firm with a sweet taste.
Brazilian lobster tails come from the warm waters off of Brazil and have a unique, sweet taste. These lobster tails are known for being very tender.
Southern California spiny lobster tails, from the warm Pacific Ocean are a whole different thing.
Spiny lobster do not compare to our cold water, live lobsters on the opposite side of the country, but they are a nice tasting (albeit more bland) variety. Spiny lobsters have no claws, so all their meat is in the tail. Spiny lobsters are a bit tougher and not as rich tasting.
New Zealand cold waters produce an exotic tasting, sweet lobster that has a scarlet shell. New Zealand markets almost all of their lobster to China and Japan.
LobsterAnywhere.com is known for its Maine lobster tails. Canadian North Atlantic and Maine cold water lobster is very hard shelled and has been called the “king of seafood.” This type of lobster is a favorite in America, and one of the most nutritious sources of protein found anywhere on earth. The North Atlantic fishing regulations guarantee you that the lobster you eat from these waters is not only good for you, but they are good for the environment as well since they have been harvested in an ecologically responsible manner.
LobsterAnywhere.com offers Maine tails from 6-7 oz. to 20-24 oz. monster tails. Just thaw, and steam, boil, bake or grill, and enjoy a delicious lobster feast. You will not find these tails at any grocery or membership warehouse stores. They also ship fresh tails out of the shell as well as baked stuffed tails you simply bake and serve.Learn How to Cooking Lobster Tails