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.