CC Antya 13.76

mukhe tāra jhāla gela, jihvā kare jvālā
vṛndāvanera ‘pīlu’ khāite ei eka līlā
Synonyms: 
mukhe tāra — in their mouths; jhāla — the taste of chili; gela — went; jihvā — the tongue; kare jvālā — was burning; vṛndāvanera — of Vṛndāvana; pīlu — the pīlu fruit; khāite — eating; ei — this; eka līlā — a pastime.
Translation: 
The hot chili-like taste burned the tongues of those who chewed the seeds. Thus the eating of pīlu fruits from Vṛndāvana became a pastime of Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu’s.