Defunct proprietary specialty liquor produced before Prohibition by J.G.B. Siegert Co. of Angostura Bitters fame. It was rather like an alcoholic falernum insofar as it contained a rum base, lime juice, sugar, and unspecified "herbs and spices indigenous to the West Indies". It was manufactured in Port of Spain, Trinidad and ceased production sometime before American Prohibition. According to cocktail historian David Wondrich, the product's original color was green presumably honoring the lime juice. This "nectar of the West Indies" was an important ingredient for famous Trinidad drink — Green Swizzle.