Here are a few pictures of the result of a Nepenthes cutting I rooted last year. Unfortunately in the process of receiving it and splitting the cutting with another local grower, the tag was lost. The cutting was obtained from Whimgrinder. I'm very sure that it is a plant with a latin name - either a pure species or natural hybrid with a latin name (like hookeriana) and that the name is fairly short. My original thought was either N. mikei or N. pyriformis though it doesn't look like the pitchers match either of those. The plant has been growing under household conditions (~70F days, ~60F nights, ~50% humidity) and reliably produces pitchers on every leaf.
The whole plant. As you can see there are some drops of nectar on the leaf. The red leaf is a result of moving the plant to stronger lighting.
The newest and largest pitcher grown from the red leaf. It just opened a day or two ago.
A possibly-identifying characteristic - every pitcher has a single spur on the lid like this in addition to the little "fan" at the junction between the pitcher and lid.