Drink of the Gods
Nectar – Fermented the shortest amount of time, normally gold-colored it is the lightest of the three. Usually a thinner watery liquid with less alcoholic content.
Dark Nectar – More of a dark brown in color. The liquid is typically thicker and stouter, and contains much higher alcohol content than Nectar.
Black Nectar – Allowed to ferment the longest, black in color. It is the strongest of the three, a smooth sweet taste with high alcohol content.
Given its name from ancient Greek mythology, it was the drink of the gods, often depicted as conferring ageless immortality upon whoever consumed it. Derived from the Ambrosia plant, it is said that it was with ambrosia Hera “cleansed all defilement from her lovely flesh”. So only fitting it is made from a plant that grows wild on the Planet Hera.
Nectar is an alcohol made from the seeds of the Ambrosia plant that grows only on Hera; the seeds are fermented in barrels after being inoculated with wild yeast and bacteria. The longer it ferments, the darker and more potent the resulting liquid is, thus three forms of the alcohol.