It's made from the leaves of the sweet bay tree, which grows on all these islands and all over this country.
The salt sea wind whistled and curled through the crested waves, blowing in perfumed puffs across thickets of sweet bay and cedar.
But more lovely than any of the shrubs along the river was that small tree known as the sweet bay or the swamp laurel.
There was the scent of sweet bay in the room, and everywhere the subtle, nameless perfume of the sea.
The roads show sandy, and you see an occasional clump of sweet bay in the pastures.
Tie a small quantity of thyme, sweet bay leaves and parsley in a bit of cloth.
There was the scent of sweet bay in the room, and everywhere the subtile, nameless perfume of the sea.
Impetuously the canoe swung to pass around a spit of land covered with a thicket of sweet bay.
The wind died away; the odour of cedar and sweet bay hung heavy in the air.
The oil produced is the oil of bay laurel, oil of sweet bay.