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  • Lyre's Blackberry smash
    The Lyre’s Blackberry Smash is one seriously good summer cocktail. This drink is riff on a Julep, and it’s loaded with fresh blackberries, fragrant mint, spicey ginger and American Malt. This is a perfect way for whiskey lover to loosen up.
  • Lyre's Southside
    This vintage cocktail combines the flavors of Lyre’s Dry London Spirit and Absinthe with perfumed mint and citrus served up and icy cold. This drink is said to have come from the southside of Chicago during prohibition
  • Lyre's Cosmopolitan
    This legendary cocktail has a complex past. Did it originate in Miami or NYC, not sure, probably a bit of both, but what we do know this Cran-tini styled drink is here to stay and is still one of the most popular cocktails going around today.
  • Non-Alcoholic Old Fashioned Recipe | Lyre's
    A true Kentucky thoroughbred, the Old Fashioned made its way east to the Waldorf Astoria in New York in the late 1800’s. But it was during the post-prohibition era that this elder statesman secured its place in cocktail folklore, becoming the drin...
  • Lyre's Penicillin
    Originally created by Sam Ross in the mid 2000’s in NYC, this modern classic has taking the world by storm. The warming and soothing flavors of honey, citrus, ginger, smoke and Lyre’s American Malt make for the perfect tipple.
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    Lyre's Blood Orange Spritz
    This amazing spritz styled drink is a nod to the flavors, attitude and color of the Sicilian blood orange. Sweet, bitter and downright refreshing, this all occasion spritz can be served for whenever you need that Aperitivo feeling. Saluti..!
  • Lyre's Old Cuban
    Originally titled El Cubano, this mojito style cocktail is another modern classic hailing from the Pegu Club NYC and one that will definitely stand the test of time. With the addition Lyre’s Dark Cane, bitters and sparkling wine.
  • Non-Alcoholic Bianco Spritz Recipe | Lyre's
    Delightfully refreshing with a hint of orange and a slice of cucumber, legend has it that the Bianco Spritz was the favoured beverage of the 1st Cavalry Regiment. This was before horses had been invented, so they had plenty of spare time on their ...
  • Lyre's Passionfruit Colada
    One of the world’s most popular summer cocktails, the Pina Colada is refreshing and sweet. It ́s super easy to make but adding fresh passionfruit and lime will take this beach bar favourite to the next level. Perfect to enjoy with friends.
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    Non-Alcoholic Amaretto Sour Spirit Recipe
    This is a concoction for those who like things a little sweet and a little sour, but always with a cherry on top. It’s also a tad almondy and egg whitey, which rather throws out the whole sweet and sour analogy. Bother. Oh well. Onwards and upward...
  • Lyre's Originale Coffee Highball
    Coffee and tonic. Who knew...? Well, it’s a thing and its downright delicious. If you want an afternoon pick me up, but not sure what, we’ve got you covered. Think Espresso Martini highball, but lighter and fresher.
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    Non-Alcoholic Gin &Tonic (G&T) Recipe | Lyre's
    There’s nothing quite like a Summer afternoon at the elephant polo enjoying a G&T with friends. And we’re not referring to an issue of Giggle & Toff, the magazine for trust fund babies (although it is a frightfully super read!).
  • Lyre's Spritz De Passione Recipe
    A wonderful combination of lightly bitter orange, summer fruits and fresh citrus with a touch of fizz in one mouthful. This is literally sunshine on a deserted beach, in a glass, cold. You. Are. Welcome.
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    Non-Alcoholic Italian Spritz - Amalfi Spritz Recipe
    To begin, pour yourself a tall glass of this refreshing, slightly citrusy beverage. Now, lie in the sun, close your eyes and say ‘Positano…...Salerno...Amore.’ Presto, you are now an Italian Countess and sole heiress to your Grandfather’s silk emp...
  • Non-Alcoholic Mojito Mocktail Recipe | Lyre's
    While Ernest Hemingway was penning Old Man and the Sea in one corner of La Bodeguita Bar in Havana, a fellow visionary was creating the Mojito on the other side. Lyre’s White Cane Spirit, muddled mint and hints of sugar cane, a true mojito should ...

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