Lyre's American Malt 700mLLAM7001
- 0% ABV
- Dairy-Free, Nut-Free and Egg Free
- Gluten-Free and Vegan Friendly
- Product of Australia
A unique non-alcoholic spirit that captures the flavours of a gently mellowed American Bourbon Malt. A soft flavoured beverage with vanilla undertones and toasted nuts and herbal notes producing a complex, rounded long tasting finish. Mix with a soft drink or enjoy solo.
All orders are shipped within 24 hours of being completed from our Sydney warehouse. Orders completed on weekends or public holiday will be processed the next business day. Most deliveries take approximately 1 to 4 business days to arrive, depending on your location and shipping service selected. Please allow up to 5-10 business days for WA, NT, Tasmania and regional areas. You will receive a tracking number once your order has been shipped to keep you informed about the status of your delivery.
I confess that I am quite partial when it comes to Lyre's products so read carefully and don't read into it more that what I'm writing. If you drink this neat it does not taste like bourbon. you CAN taste that it is supposed to be a bourbon-like drink. it's just hard to bring out all the aromas; they're quite subtle. After drinking it for a while I have learned to appreciate it for what it is neat, but it is often better as an old fashioned. In a cocktail, though, it is hard to tell that it is not the real thing. A word of caution, milk will quickly **** all the flavour and odour of it, so if you're making a milky drink with it, add the American Malt right before serving. It will last maybe 30 minutes there. For example, I made a batch of homemade non-alcoholic bailey's and by the next day I could not taste the american Malt or the Dark Cane Spirit (also lyre's). The night before, thought it was awesome. So, for a mixer or cocktail I would definitely recommend it, but drinking it neat or on the rocks is not for everyone (although I have learned to like it).
It’s ok but you’ll have to have it with a mixer. The price is a concern for a bottle if the malt whiskey tasted like a whiskey then price wouldn’t be a concern.
Ok, prefer the real thing tho, not the same as real bourbon