CiM's Nectar is cast in the vein of Eff 068 - a pinkish rod that goes deeper and richer in colour when worked.
I think Nectar goes a little warmer in color and a little less orange - but I'm basing that on memory - so don't rely on it.
The rods are a slightly pinkish colour, but the worked glass is a rich honey coloured amber.
Here you can see the contrast in colours.
It does seem a little prone to air bubbles - possibly working it cooler than I do could stop that.
Ah - but here's the thing - layer it over silver foil and you get a rich, antique gold look. Effetre's 068 will do this, not quite as dark, as will Effetre 049 Straw Yellow - which will also give you a rich, deep gold effect over silver foil. The schmutz on the bead is kiln dust - it wiped off - after I took the photo, of course.
Other side of the bead. No need to mortgage the house to buy gold leaf - just use silver foil and encase it with Nectar.