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Bittersweet has been making soap for more than 15 years, using our own recipe. Our soap is pH balanced to ensure its gentle alkaline effect to the skin. Only the purest essential oils and herbs are used.
Bittersweet Soaps have been featured on Home & Garden Television and included in the “goodie bags” at the Emmy Awards and the American Music Awards.
Visit charming historic downtown Liberty, and discover a timeless blend of fascinating American history along with upbeat contemporary shopping and dining. Find a delightful mix of old and new from stores located in the architecturally beautiful buildings on the square to the unique shops of the restored Corbin Mill area to the many businesses nestled on the side streets and alleys.
Explore unique one-of-a-kind, owner-operated shops including several clothing and designer boutiques, antique shops, jewelry stores, home-decor shops, gift stores, a book store, salons, yoga and massage studios, a music store, a tea shop, a chocolate shop, a thrift store and several shops devoted to the arts of stitchery, knitting and beading.
The area also boasts the skills of photographers, engravers, a cooper, a cobbler and a tattoo artist.
Great choices in restaurants and food emporiums abound. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus include traditional favorites as well as creative and tasty items that are unique and wonderful. Whether you are in the mood for down-home comfort food, steaks, seafood, Italian, Mexican or Chinese, find it all downtown. Don't forget to visit the downtown area museums and historical sites for a little dip into the history of Liberty.
James Country Mercantile outfits the 1800s living historian from head to foot, outside and underneath.
Ladies (even shady), or gentlemen, civilian or soldier, Union or Confederate, lawman or outlaw, we have what you need for authentic costuming.
James Country Mercantile is one of the nation's largest sutleries in existence, offering a full line of historically accurate goods, patterns and custom sewing, research, consultation and associated services with primary emphasis on the Civil War era.
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