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CC Antya 16.111

āsvāda dūre rahu, yāra gandhe māte mana
āpanā vinā anya mādhurya karāya vismaraṇa
Synonyms: 
āsvāda — the taste; dūre rahu — leave aside; yāra — of which; gandhe — by the fragrance; māte — becomes pleased; mana — the mind; āpanā vinā — besides itself; anya — different; mādhurya — sweetness; karāya vismaraṇa — causes to forget.
Translation: 
“Apart from the taste, even the fragrance pleases the mind and makes one forget any other sweetness besides its own.