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Lyre's Non-Alcoholic American Malt

(70cl, 0%)

Lyre's Non-Alcoholic American Malt

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Lyre's American Malt Bottling Note

From the Lyre's folks over in Australia comes a non-alcoholic spirit that would make a great alternative to use in cocktails such as an Old Fashioned or Boulevardier. The brand is named after the Australian Lyrebird, which is renowned for being able to mimic the calls of other birds. Oh, and what's with the bear? The North American black bear was used as the logo for this particular expression as it's made in the style of bourbon. But there's no alcohol here, just to be clear.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Smooth caramel and a hint of oak with a slightly spicy finish.

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Lyre's Non-Alcoholic American Malt Reviews

I like it. Bourbon not scotch

I like it. It gives some of the flavour and some of the bite of a bourbon. No its not like a malt scotch. I drink it neat and enjoy it. I have limited options as I have medical problems and this is without doubt the best non alcoholic whiskey out there. If I wasn't forced to drink non alcohol I probably would give a poorer review but as a hobnobs choice its the business.

30th April 2021

Horrible

Nothing pleasant

30th March 2021

Unusual American Whiskey substitute

An interesting alcohol free version of Jack Daniels! Has a very weak caramel nose and lacks the viscosity of alcohol so no real mouthfeel to it. However, it has the flavour of american malt whiskey, albeit rather weak and watery.
The finish is short but has a pleasant mild burn to it. It may be okay with a mild mixer but will be unnoticable with a flavoursome mixer such as Ginger wine.

15th January 2021

Rubish, waste of money. Dont bother!

The product reviews on here are absolutely nonsense. This drink is disgusting and tastes nothing like a malt. It its sickening. Dont waste your money.

1st January 2021

Not as good as suggested

Was excited to try this after seeing so many good reviews for it being the ideal replacement for bourbon. Well, it isn’t. The smell alone put me off before I’d even tasted it. Glad I’ve tried it but disappointed I’ve wasted £20+ on it

1st January 2021

Tastes like weak, cheap rum and Dr Pepper's.

I'm a regular weekend whisky/whiskey drinker, favouring Irish pot still and Speyside or Highland scotch. I bought this Lyre's non-alcoholic American Malt to give me something to sip when giving the booze a miss for a few weeks. I normally drink neat, small measures of whisky, so I decided not to add a mixer to the Lyre's. It's pretty spicy-tasting neat and not too great that way. However, with a couple of ice cubes in a tumbler, it's more palatable. Taken like this, it reminds me of a cheap rum, with an aniseed/liquorice taste. I do get the caramel flavour, but the overriding aftertaste is pepper (think Dr Pepper's). Being alcohol-free, there's no 'burn' and, with ice, it's like a watery liqueur. If you're trying to fool your brain that you're having a shot of whisky, this isn't an unpleasant product, but if you're looking for something that's a sin-free duplicate of the real thing, this isn't it. I've given it three and a half stars because it wasn't 'throw it straight down the sink' bad and I haven't tried any other alcohol-free 'whiskies' to compare it with.

18th October 2020

Loverly

Absolutely beautiful whisky I when more😃👍.for alcohol free its just like whisky with alcohol ,really nice.

27th September 2020

The best non alcoholic Old Fashioned!

A great non alcoholic substitute! My daughter is unable to drink her favourite tipple at present so I thought I would try Lyre's Non-Alcoholic American Malt, to see if it helped what she was missing.
Yes, bravo! With 3-4 cubes of ice, some bitters and a good peel of orange in a whisky glass and then putting in a couple of measures of Lyre's, my daughter exclaimed it was the best non alcoholic drink she has had. I joined her and the caramel and smokiness is there even though the oily feel of a malt is obviously missing. The best substitute we've found, thanks.

17th May 2020

As good as it gets

This is as good as it gets. On its own it looks like and smells like scotch. However lacks in taste. So far I have added 30mls of Rochdale ginger and bam, I have scotch or as good as it gets. I am sure I can even improve on this. But forced to give up alcohol for health reasons, I now have some pleasure back. Not the buzz alcohol gives, but this is great stuff.

2nd May 2020

Brilliant product

Any of the reviews below look to me genuine. It’s more an extended explanation of the product by the seller. It makes me feel fooled

20th April 2020

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