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Is this Sweet Olive?

 
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I just discovered this bush along my fence line and it smells amazing. I believe it is Sweet Olive, but I just wanted some confirmation.
Also, according to google, the flowers can be used to make tea and sauces but I can't find any info on how. Has anyone ever used the flowers to make a sauce? Any other uses for it?

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