Peppercorns of all colors

Fabulous Deals on Bay leaf!    Buy Now!


Peppercorn Types:

Black Peppercorns

Green Peppercorns

Pink Peppercorns

Rainbow Peppercorns

  • Imperial Blend
  • Select Blend

White Peppercorns


Cubeb Pepper

European Peppercorns

Extra Hot Peppercorns

French Peppercorns

Grains of Paradise

Jamaican Pepper

Long Peppercorns

Peppercorn Sampler

Szechuan Peppercorns


Other Spices:

 Specials page:


Site Links:

View Cart

Start Checkout


Contact Us

Privacy Policy

About Us




Interesting Links:

Peppercorn History
Peppercorn Recipes
Rotisserie Recipes

Whole Bay Leaves, Bulk Quantities

(Sweet Loral leaves)


Whole Bay Leaves

Bay leaf is very fragrant and adds a complex flavors to all kinds of foods! Bay's flavor complements foods such as vegetables, soups, meats, seafood, sauces, and all kinds of pickles!

Bay is especially beneficial in dishes cooked a long time such as stews and soups because bay releases its flavor gradually during the cooking process.

Buying Bay Leaves:

1 oz. of Whole Bay Leaves

Only $1.50

Add 1 oz. whole bay leaves to cart


4 oz. of Whole Bay Leaves

Only $5.96

Add  4 oz. whole bay leaves to cart


8 oz. of Whole Bay Leaves

Only $10.49

Add 8  oz. whole bay leaves to cart


16 oz. of Whole Bay Leaves

Only $17.97

Add 16  oz. whole bay leaves to cart

View/Edit Cart Checkout Register

Accepting Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. and  PayPal and Google Payments.

Uses of Bay Leaves:

whole bay leaf


Whole bay leaves are often added to dishes while they are cooking and then removed before the food is served. This is done because the leaves are slightly toxic. Bay also can be ground before use, but this is less common.

To make bay leaf scented soap, add a small amount of liquid from a pot that has had bay leaves boiled in it, too melted Neutrogena soap (or similar soap) and allow to cool in the desired mold. Try adding a whole leaf or two to the mold before the soap cools to add a decorative touch.

The branches of the bay plant are also used to make crafts and wreaths, they have been used for this purpose since ancient times. Some people even add bay leaves to dry goods such as rice and flour to discourage pests from snaking on them.


Bay Leaf Recipes:

Bay Leaf and Lemon Flavored Olive Oil

1 lemon

1 cup virgin olive oil

1 bay leaf

1/4 tablespoon whole black peppercorns

    Pour the olive oil into a saucepan. Remove the zest from the lemon and add it to the oil along with the bay leaf and peppercorns. Cook over medium heat for three to five minutes. The oil can be stored at room temperature in a jar with a tight fitting lid.


Sweet Bay Leaf Cooking Hints:



GREAT DEALS on black, white, green, pink, rainbow, and other mixes!





FRESH mixed peppercorns!


-Use bay sparingly

-Use fresh or dried bay leaf

-Discard whole bay leaves before serving

-Bay releases its flavor gradually during cooking

-Bay can be added to nearly any savory dish

-The leaves can be crush or ground just before use


About The Bay Plant:

Bay leaf Plant

The bay plant goes by several names including Sweet Bay, Sweet Loral, Bay Loral, and even Poet Laureate in ancient times. These names are fitting because bay (Laurus nobilis) is a member of the Loral Family, (Lauraceae) along with Cassia cinnamon and avocado trees.

Bay is an evergreen tree that normally grows 10-30 feet tall and is a native of the Mediterranean. The bay leaves are dark green, 2-4 inches long, and symmetrical. Bay's flowers bloom in clusters and develop into dark blue berries. Only the leaves of these plants are suitable for culinary purpose.


Growing Sweet Laurel (Bay):
Bay is a small evergreen tree, which is a sensitive to cold weather; it will need to be taken inside for winter in some climates. A large and well-fertilized pot will be necessary for this small tree. Bay needs lots of sun and fresh bay leaveswater in well draining soil (or pot). Like most fresh herbs, fresh bay has an excellent flavor and aroma.

The branches of the Sweet Laurel (Bay) plant are fairly flexible, making them suitable for craft projects as well as training into ornamental shapes. The branches are bent into a particular position, tied, and left in that position until they stay naturally. This kind of manipulation of a plant's natural shape by training, and trimming is called topiary.



*Bulk quantities also available **Quantities occasionally limited ***Prices subject to change without notification


Contact Spice of Life Gourmet Peppercorns


SHIPPING: To keep prices low, we ship by way of the United States Postal Service! Priority Mail is $5.35. Shipping rates are for 32 oz. or less. To see more about shipping click here.
We ship to Canada & the U.K., click here.


Please Order Now!


Click Here!


Thank You for Your Order!

Accepting Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.and  PayPal and Google Payments.

Our website is secured by VeriSign Company, an authority in Internet security, using SSL encryption technology. This computationally unbreakable technology uses 128-bit encryption to secure every transaction. See more.


Spice of Life Gourmet Peppercorns

Northwoods, IL.



Contact #
*If we are not in, please leave a message.





Home   Peppercorns  Rosemary   Saffron   Nutmeg   Allspice   Chili Peppers   Privacy Policy   About Us   Sitemap

Copyright 2005 Spice of Life Gourmet Peppercorns