Lyre's — Non-Alcoholic Dry London Spirit - Boisson

Lyre's — Non-Alcoholic Dry London Spirit

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A leader in the non-alcoholic world, Lyre's has perfected capturing the essence of a classic gin with their alcohol-free Dry London Spirit, while adding flavors that are distinct and contemporary. If you're looking for a great, straightforward gin alternative, you can't go wrong with this spirit.



Use wherever you'd use gin, like a classic G&T with premium tonic water and a slice of pink grapefruit. Works well for making low alc cocktails by using it to stretch hard gin. We love to make the Lyre's Ping Gin Fizz: mix with Lyre’s Italian Orange, citrus, mint and Mediterranean tonic water.


Firm flavors with juniper and citrus. Earthy notes fill the mid-palate which has lovely vinous qualities. The pepperberry adds warmth and delivers a generous, dry finish.


Water, Glucose Syrup, Natural Flavoring, Acidity Regulator (Citric Acid), Preservative (Potassium Sorbate), Stabilizer (Cellulose Gum [E466]), Quinine

Serving Size: 100ml

Calories : <1

Fat: 0g

Sodium: 5mg

Carbs: <1g

Sugar: 1.0g


Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
CRH (Boise, US)
I wanted it to be good

I love a gin and tonic, and so I was excited to try this non-alcoholic option. It certainly has a hint of elderberry/elderflower and while it didn’t have much going for it by itself, I had hoped it would make a great mocktails. Three of us experimented with fresh soda water, tonic syrup, different fruit and juices, and no concoction we could come up with would make this gin alternative hold its own. In fact, our mocktails tasted better without it. It’s a nice looking bottle and I so wanted it to be great…but it was not. I would not buy again, and I don’t plan on drinking the rest of the bottle.

Mary-Lynn Ryan (Minneapolis, US)

I'd give it no stars, but I can't figure out how to do that. This is horrible stuff. I wasn't expecting it to taste like gin, but I was hoping for something delightful and junipery. This tastes like flat quinine. What makes it worse than flat quinine, is that the quinine is $1.50 and this is $36. I wish I could get a refund. It went down the drain. Did they taste test this stuff? I'm flabbergasted.

Gary Obermeyer (Seattle, US)
Disgusting and Disappointing

I’m a big fan of gin; mostly in the form of Gin/Tonic, but also in Martinis and sometimes just straight sipping. Sadly, Dry London Spirit is tastes disgusting in any of those combinations. I’ve since learned that it’s only tolerable when mixed with more complicated combinations that are far to sweet for my taste.