Get creative with Lyre's this January

January 2022 | 6 minutes

As the Official Spirit of Dry January®, Lyre’s has shared some delicious, alcohol-free recipes, with fewer calories, offering some tasty alternatives for your Dry January®.

Lyre's Pink London Spritz

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Spritz is a vibe. Simple and delicious, this spritz can take the dip with either tonic, soda water or lemonade for a sweeter finish. In this liquid kitchen it’s your time to shine. Top with a lemon wheel and berry of choice…Mwah, chef’s kiss!

Ingredients

60mL Lyre's Pink London Spirit
60mL Lyre’s Classico
30mL premium bottled tonic water or soda water or lemonade
5 raspberries or berry of choice
2 lemon slices

Method: Build all ingredients in a tall stem glass with ice. Stir.

Lyre’s – The Official Spirit of Dry January®

Many years in the making, Lyre’s exquisite range of lovingly crafted non-alcoholic spirits was borne from a quest to make the impossible possible – giving the freedom to drink your drink, your way. Not just provide an alternative to those who do not wish to drink, but to ensure everyone can enjoy a tasty drink, whatever the occasion.

Lyre's Espresso Martini

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Our esteemed patriarch Lord Lyre esq. was present at the Groucho Club London when the first ever Espresso Martini was served. And this one is an all-time favourite.

Ingredients

45mL Lyre's Coffee Originale
15mL Lyre's White Cane Spirit
45mL premium cold drip or fresh espresso
10mL premium vanilla syrup (not vanilla essence)

Method: Dry shake, 1/2 fill shaker with ice. Shake hard briefly, fine strain into a Cocktail coupette and garnish with a coffee bean float.

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Lyre's Negroni

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It was 1919, and Count Camillo Negroni decided his favourite cocktail the Americano needed a little something extra. He swapped out the soda water for gin and thus the Negroni was born. This classic aperitif may look like a sweet, Italian orange treat, but like a gate-crashing pack of weasels - it’s crafty, a little bitter and full of surprises.

Ingredients

30mL Lyre's Dry London Spirit
30mL Lyre's Apéritif Rosso
30mL Lyre's Italian Orange

Method: Stir briefly over fresh cubed ice and serve in an old fashioned glass and garnish with an orange slice.

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