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SB 12.13.15

sarva-vedānta-sāraṁ hi
 śrī-bhāgavatam iṣyate
tad-rasāmṛta-tṛptasya
 nānyatra syād ratiḥ kvacit
Synonyms: 
sarva-vedānta — of all Vedānta philosophy; sāram — the essence; hi — indeed; śrī-bhāgavatam — Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam; iṣyate — is said to be; tat — of it; rasa-amṛta — by the nectarean taste; tṛptasya — for one who is satisfied; na — not; anyatra — elsewhere; syāt — there is; ratiḥ — attraction; kvacit — ever.
Translation: 
Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam is declared to be the essence of all Vedānta philosophy. One who has felt satisfaction from its nectarean mellow will never be attracted to any other literature.