Lyre's — Non-Alcoholic Italian Spritz - Boisson

Lyre's — Non-Alcoholic Italian Spritz

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Impossibly Crafted Non-Alcoholic Spirit - Italian Spritz
This unique aperitif has been impossibly crafted to capture the essence of a classic Italian Spritz such as Aperol with flavors that are distinct and contemporary. Lyre's spirits don't just mimic, they have their own distinction as a premium, non-alcoholic beverage.

To Taste: The bittersweet flavor of the Italian Spritz is like sunshine itself, bright with flavors typical of its origins. The sweetness from orange is perfectly fused with the complex and astringent flavors of rhubarb, finishing dry and deliciously refreshing.

How To Enjoy: Serve with soda or tonic water and citrus slices for the perfect aperitif. For the most iconic serve however, add to your favorite prosecco to make a delicious low or no-alcohol Lyre’s Amalfi Spritz, a spin on the classic Venetian Spritz.

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Closure: Screw Cap
Bottle Size: 700ml
Alc Vol: Non-alcoholic

Servings Per Pack: 23

Serving Size: 30mL

Serving Size: 1 oz

Calories : 83

Fat: 0g

Sodium: 0g

Carbs: 6g

Sugar: 6g

Protein:0.0g

Customer Reviews

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J.M. (Brooklyn, US)
Sugar Water with Food Coloring

Not worth the price at all. Many products at Boisson are carefully crafted, intriguing, complex, delicious. This is just sugar water with food coloring and a hint of bitterness. It does not get close to recreating the experience of aperol or Campari. A total ripoff. I eventually threw out the bottle rather than finish it. Do yourself a favor and make an orange peel simple syrup at home and dilute it for a better experience.
I would not buy this brand again.

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Hannelore (Kissimmee, US)
Very similar to Campari or Aperol

I really like the Italian Spritz over ice with tonic water. It is my first non-alcoholic cocktail and it became a favorite!

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Susan Evans (Montpelier, US)
Not only for pregnant women!

As a family who enjoys Italian spritz but finds itself with two mothers-to-be, this was the perfect drink, topped off with Lyre’s Prosecco. BUT, one father-to-be, in sympathy with his wife, also indulged in the non-alcohol version, stating it was truly the best. Thank you, Lyre’s.

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Katherine
Great taste

Remarkably similar in flavor and bitterness. I like it with soda water and a splash of grenadine. Such sweet packaging from Boisson, too!

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Richard Vandermeer (Fort Mill, US)

Lyre's — Non-Alcoholic Italian Spritz