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CC Ādi 4.254

tāmbūla-carvita yabe kare āsvādane
ānanda-samudre ḍube, kichui nā jāne
tāmbūla — betel nut; carvita — chewed; yabe — when; kare — does; āsvādane — tasting; ānanda-samudre — in an ocean of transcendental bliss; ḍube — drowns; kichui — anything; — not; jāne — knows.
“When She tastes the betel chewed by Me, She merges in an ocean of joy and forgets everything else.