CC Madhya 3.103

lavaṅga elācī-bīja — uttama rasa-vāsa
tulasī-mañjarī saha dila mukha-vāsa
Word for word: 
lavaṅga — cloves; elācī — cardamom; bīja — seeds; uttama — very nice; rasa-vāsa — tasteful spices; tulasī-mañjarī — the flowers of tulasī; saha — with; dila — gave; mukha-vāsa — perfume of the mouth.
Translation: 
Śrī Advaita Ācārya fed the two Lords cloves and cardamom mixed with tulasī flowers. Thus there was a good flavor within Their mouths.