Review:Old Salem Museums & Gardens and free catalog

Monday, August 30, 2010

Old Salem is a truly unique place—a community built on the foundation of the Moravian religion, later transformed into one of the most successful economic centers in early America. Old Salem is not simply about Moravian history; it is a reflection on an evolving diverse community in the South, struggling with common principles such as freedom, faith, tradition, government, slavery, and war. These principles remain relevant for today’s citizens of the United States and the world.

We recieved some Movarian cookies from Old Salem Museums & Gardens, to sample.

Flavours include: Moravian Ginger, Sugar, and Cranberry Orange , Moravian Ginger, Apple Spice, and Maple  and come nicely gift packaged. You can find a fine collection of great gifts in their online store, or request a catalog.
These are a nice tasty, very thin tea type, wafer cookie. Very nice with tea/coffee or to nibble as a snack.
Proceeds from your purchase of their products directly benefit the preservation, restoration, and educational programming at Old Salem Museums and Gardens.
They invite you over.

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