SB 10.65.20

taṁ gandhaṁ madhu-dhārāyā
 vāyunopahṛtaṁ balaḥ
āghrāyopagatas tatra
 lalanābhiḥ samaṁ papau
Synonyms: 
tam — that; gandham — fragrance; madhu — of honey; dhārāyāḥ — of the flood; vāyunā — by the breeze; upahṛtam — brought near; balaḥ — Lord Balarāma; āghrāya — smelling; upagataḥ — having approached; tatra — there; lalanābhiḥ — with the young women; samam — together; papau — drank.
Translation: 
The wind carried to Balarāma the fragrance of that flood of sweet liquor, and when He smelled it He went [to the tree]. There He and His female companions drank.