"'C' stands for Cinnamon, and this place is called after my family, which is the most aristocratic in the town."
Cinnamon Bunn met her and said he would show her around the town.
"Good luck to your messes," answered Tom, as he walked away meditatively crunching his cinnamon
, and looking as if he did not find it as spicy as usual.
She wore a moss-coloured velvet jerkin with cinnamon
sleeves, slim, brown, cross-gartered hose, a dainty little green cap with a hawk's feather caught in a jewel, and a hooded cloak lined with dull red.
But though the green palmy cliffs of the land soon loomed on the starboard bow, and with delighted nostrils the fresh cinnamon
was snuffed in the air, yet not a single jet was descried.
Why so afeard, my sweet cinnamon
?" exclaimed the other, a loose-jointed lanky youth with a dancing, roguish eye.
The leaves of the camphor, pepper, cinnamon
, and clove trees were delightfully aromatic; and the bread-fruit, the jaca, and the mango, vied with each other in the magnificence of their foliage.
It was not alone that the scales descending on the counter made a merry sound, or that the twine and roller parted company so briskly, or that the canisters were rattled up and down like juggling tricks, or even that the blended scents of tea and coffee were so grateful to the nose, or even that the raisins were so plentiful and rare, the almonds so extremely white, the sticks of cinnamon
so long and straight, the other spices so delicious, the candied fruits so caked and spotted with molten sugar as to make the coldest lookers-on feel faint and subsequently bilious.