palm-wine is the sap of the tree; and its top furnishes a most delicious dish, called palm-cabbage.
The soil is fertile, producing fruits, maize, and palm-wine.
The Portuguese use the palm-wine as yeast, and it makes bread so light, that it melts in the mouth like froth.
palm-wine is also made, but the manufacture is discouraged as the process destroys the tree.
palm-wine, except when fresh, injures the kidneys and stomach.
By intoxicating fruits the coco and fan-palms are, no doubt, meant, from which palm-wine is made.
They gave us also some palm-wine; we did not ask how it was made, but it tasted very well.
When the Captain was seated, a small ram, and several calabashes of palm-wine, were brought forward.
palm-wine, the fermented sap of the tree, was an esteemed, but no doubt only an occasional beverage.
It is with palm-wine so prepared, however, that his Majesty contrives to get tipsy with such punctuality.