CC Antya 16.132
tāhe āra dambha-paripāṭī
tāra yebā udgāra, tāre kaya ‘amṛta-sāra’,
gopīra mukha kare ‘ālabāṭī’
kṛṣṇa — Lord Kṛṣṇa; ye — what; khāya — chews; tāmbūla — the betel; kahe — it is said; tāra — of it; nāhi — there is not; mūla — price; tāhe — over and above that; āra — also; dambha-paripāṭī — complete pride; tāra — of that; yebā — whatever; udgāra — coming out; tāre — that; kaya — is called; amṛta-sāra — the essence of the nectar; gopīra — of the gopīs; mukha — the mouth; kare — makes; ālabāṭī — spittoon.
“The betel chewed by Kṛṣṇa is priceless, and the remnants of such chewed betel from His mouth are said to be the essence of nectar. When the gopīs accept these remnants, their mouths become His spittoons.