Yellow Nectar

The Yellow Nectar (Japanese: やまぶきのミツ Golden Yellow Nectar) is an item introduced in Generation VII. It is one of the nectars associated with Oricorio.

Yellow Nectar
Golden Yellow Nectar
Bag Yellow Nectar Sprite.png
Yellow Nectar
Pokémon Global Link artwork
Introduced in Generation VII
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Power 10

In the core series games


Games Cost Sell price
SV $300 $75


When used from the Bag on an Oricorio, it changes it to Pom-Pom Style. It can only be used outside of battle. It is consumed after use.


Games Description
A flower nectar obtained at Melemele Meadow. It changes the form of certain species of Pokémon.
SV Flower nectar obtained from a yellow flower. It changes the form of a certain species of Pokémon.


Games Finite methods Repeatable methods
SMUSUM Melemele Meadow (×2, daily)Night
SV Delibird Presents (after earning 3 Gym Badges)
Held by wild Oricorio (Pom-Pom Style) (5% chance)


As a held item
Games Event Language/Region Distribution period
SM Mallow's Steenee Japanese June 17 to July 4, 2017
Mallow's Steenee Japan July 22 to August 13, 2017
Mallow's Steenee Korean September 19 to October 31, 2017



Artwork from
Scarlet and Violet

In the anime

Yellow Nectar in the anime

In A Seasoned Search!, Yellow Nectar was one of the ingredients that Mallow needed to prepare a dish at her family's restaurant, so she and Ash set out to find some. To find it, they followed a Baile Style Oricorio to a hidden meadow, where they saw it sip Yellow Nectar from a flower and change into Pom-Pom Style Oricorio. Mallow took some Nectar from a flower as well, obtaining the ingredient she needed.

In the manga

Pokémon Adventures

Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon arc

Yellow Nectar was mentioned in Flash and Cosmog's Secret, where Professor Burnet mentioned she has visited Melemele Meadow several times to collect it.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 金黃色花蜜 Gāmwòhng-sīk Fāmaht
Mandarin 金黃色花蜜 / 金黄色花蜜 Jīnhuáng-sè Huāmì
  Danish Gul nektar
  Dutch Gele nectar
  Finnish Keltanektari
  French Nectar Jaune
  German Gelber Nektar
  Italian Nettare Giallo
  Korean 진노랑꿀 Jinnorang Kkul
  Norwegian Gul nektar
  Polish Żółty Nektar
  Portuguese Néctar Amarelo
  Spanish Néctar Amarillo
  Swedish Gul nektar

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