Noun: Nectar (NEK-ter)
1. The drink of the Greek and Roman gods
2. Something delicious to drink
3. A beverage of fruit juice and pulp
4. A sweet liquid that is secreted by the nectaries of a plant and is the chief raw material of honey
Sample sentence: After working for hours in the hot sun, there is no sweeter nectar than an ice-cold glass of lemonade.