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  • Common Sense Wholesome Food Market
    Common Sense Wholesome Food Market
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  • Plymouth Bay Winery
    Plymouth Bay Winery
    by gosiaPL
  • HAVE SOME WINE, PILGRIM
    HAVE SOME WINE, PILGRIM
    by travelgourmet

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    Common Sense Wholesome Food Market: Natural beauty products

    by CEP1863 Written Mar 24, 2014

    I spotted this store whilst walking along Main Street and what initially attracted me was the old-fashioned general store look that the shop front had.

    The store sells a lot of organic and herbal food products, many of which looked lovely and were certainly tempting to buy. What did really attract me was their range of beauty products - natural soaps that are cut a block, wonderfully scented body lotions, lip balms, hair products and other items. There are some really nice items here and I bought some wonderful gifts for friends.

    Open:

    Sunday 10:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
    Monday to Thursday 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
    Friday 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    Saturday - Closed

    Common Sense Wholesome Food Market
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    Plymouth Bay Winery: A wine you won't forget

    by gosiaPL Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Wonder what to bring from your trip to Plymouth? Well, it sure should be a bottle of their unique cranberry wine! Or raspberry wine... or blueberry wine... You can taste them before you made up your mind! Check their website for more info on their wines. They are all 'young' wines, made on location and bottled in the current year. And very reasonably priced: $6-$9 per bottle. They will ship their wines for you anywhere in the U.S.
    They also sell various wine drinking accessories. I bought a nice dolphin-shaped bottle cap, it comes useful when I need to close off an unfinished bottle of wine...

    Plymouth Bay Winery
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    PLYMOUTH BAY WINERY: SITTING BY THE DOCK OF THE BAY

    by travelgourmet Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    This is a family winery right on the waterfront in Plymouth Bay. What name do you call such a winery. Hey! How about Plymouth Bay Winery.
    All the wines are made on location and are a little bit on the interesting side with names like Cranberry Bay, Drydock White, and Widow's Walk to mention a few. If you go to Plymouth, stop by. They have free wine tastings, and they do ship anywhere.

    What to buy: The desired bottle of wine to buy is the Cranberry Bay. This is the perfect wine to serve with turkey and stuffing. Made from real cranberries with a medium sweet-tart fruity taste. Gobble, gobble.

    What to pay: The best part is the price. Most of the wines are under $8.00 US.%4

    HAVE SOME WINE, PILGRIM
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    Plimoth Plantation Museum Shops: Shopping at Plimoth Plantation

    by gosiaPL Written Sep 4, 2006

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    There's a good choice of shops at Plimoth Plantation: gift shop, book shop, gourmet, etc. Check the full list on their website. I've selected only the 'Local Craft' for this tip as my favourite was the Crafts Shop selling reproduction pottery. There's loads to choose from and it's hard to make up your mind, especially that the pottery comes in various sizes and colours. I bought a mid-size jug for just over $20 (if I remember well) plus a few smaller items.

    My piece from the Crafts Store
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    Old North St. Tea & Curiousity Shop: Tea Shop

    by riotgirlpeeps Written Oct 20, 2004

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    This is an interesting little shop with a wide range of loose leaf teas as well as items used for the making of tea (infusers etc).

    They also have a array of other items available for sale including hand made soaps.

    They are within walking distance of Plymouth Rock, and allow for you to sample some of the teas.

    What to buy: Loose Leaf Teas

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    Cranberry Bay Winery: Shopping for Cranberry wines

    by Pawtuxet Written Oct 12, 2003

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    There are a few wineries in Plymouth. We've only explored one. Nothing is very far away...so you could probably cover all of them in a day, if you didn't want to see anything else. The waterfront strip is filled with interesting things to see and do.

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    Plymouth Bay winery

    by Pawtuxet Written Oct 12, 2003

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    Plymouth Bay Winery is right by the waterfront. . . offering Cranberry wine!! They also carry wonderful raspberry wines, and blueberry wines....lots of good stuff. You can taste before you buy. We brought home several bottles to serve with Thanksgiving dinner. Some of the berry wines are almost like a liquer. You can mix 1 part cranberry wine, 2 parts raspberry wine, and top with a splash of seltzer....interesting! Maybe a squeeze of lime would be good.

    What to pay: A bottle of wine is approximately $7 - $8, which is very reasonable for a nice fresh wine. All are bottled in the current year.

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