Mocktail Recipes

Boulevardier Whiskey Mocktail next to bottles of Lyre's American Malt, Lyre's Aperitif Rosso and Lyre's Italian Orange

With a history dating back to 1927, this drink first appeared in an American bar in Paris. It was the signature drink of American-born writer and socialite, Erskine Gwynne, who edited a magazine of the same name - The Boulevardier. A twist on a Negroni, this whiskey mocktail replaces gin with American Malt and equal parts Lyre’s Aperitif Rosso and Lyre’s Italian Orange, a non-alcoholic replacement for Aperitif. Rich, smooth and slightly sweet, it’s the perfect drink to sip on a cool night. Serve over ice and garnish with a slice of orange.


30 ml Lyre's American Malt
30 mlLyre's Aperitif Rosso
30 ml Lyre's Italian Orange

1.  Stir all ingredients over ice in an old fashioned glass
2. Garnish with a slice of orange

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