bay rum


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an aromatic liquid originally obtained by distilling the leaves of the bayberry tree with rum

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Danburry also offers face shaves and scalp treatments and uses old-fashioned aftershaves such as bay rum.
I could see his face; imagined his tobacco and bay rum smell, knew the feel of an always-present sun beneath his skin.
Nalda's death and preparation for burial leaves an indelible odour of bay rum: "a scent that for a long time afterward made me ill." (p.6).
My first reaction to the prices was surprise that a soda could be priced at double the Starbucks price of a latte, but the prices didn't stop the continuous flow of customers on a rainy Friday afternoon from buying and buying, one ice cream item for each member of the family or group, and sometimes one of the nostalgia extras, like a bottle of Bay Rum for splashing, or a Phosphate which only costs $5 for cleansing palates after a sundae.
Johns Bay Rum now features Lime & Floral, a delicate scent of Caribbean wildflowers with a hint of sun-ripened limes and J'Ouvert, a dewy fresh fragrance that blends the scents of West Indian wildflowers.
The bay rum on the hanky as her father whipped it out of his pocket was good to sniff.
THIS PARK'S TROPICAL forest provides habitat for more than 800 species of plants, such as palm and bay rum trees and brilliant orchids.
* Heat: Some oils--e.g., bay laurel, bay rum, black pepper, cinnamon, clove bud, ginger, juniper, peppermint, and thyme--relieve pain by producing heat and increasing circulation.
Besides relaxing at one of the most beautiful resorts in the Caribbean, they are drinking a blend of 1 ounce of Jumby Bay Rum (a blend of 50% Antiguan rum, 49% Barbadian rum), 1/2 ounce crime de banana, 1/2 ounce Galliano Liqueur, 3/4 ounce pineapple juice and 2 drops of lemon juice vigorously shaken together with ice and served in a tall glass with a pineapple wedge.