Lyres Gin & Tonic RTD 250mL
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- 0% ABV
- Dairy-Free, Nut-Free and Egg Free
- Vegan Friendly and Gluten-Free
- Product of Australia
Capturing the true essence of an iconic G&T, Lyre's Ready-to-Drink G&T fits surprising amounts of flavour in a takeaway can. By blending orange blossom, lime, and jasmine with juniper, pepperberry, and quinine tonic scents, the result is an impeccable alcohol-free gin and tonic that's both contemporary and distinct. Thought it was impossible to enjoy your favourite cocktail without the hangover? Think again!
Nutritional Information: Sugar Contents: 12.4g/250ml and 5.0g/100ml. Carbohydrate Contents: 13.7g/250ml and 5.5g/100ml. Sodium: 0.0mg/250mL and 0.0mg/100ml. Fat - Saturated: 0.0g/250mL and 0.0g/100mL. Fat - Total: 0.0g/250mL and 0.0g/100mL. Protein: 0.0g/250mL and 0.0g/100mL. Energy: 242kJ/58kCal (per serve) and 96.8kJ/23.2 Kcal (per 100mL).
Ingredients: Carbonate Water, Lyre's Dry London [46% - Water, Glucose Syrup, Natural Flavouring, Acidity Regulator [Citric Acid], Sugar, Natural Flavouring, Acidity Regulator [Citric Acid], Monk Fruit Juice, Preservative [Sodium Benzoate], Quinine. **DAIRY FREE, NUT FREE, EGG FREE, GLUTEN FREE, VEGAN FRIENDLY.
I think the taste is there. This is a really good G&T without alcohol. The ready-to-drink makes your life much easier !!
Lyre's Gin & Tonic RTD 250mL
I hav.e never been a G & T drinker however I am now experimenting with many non alcoholic drinks to find a new favorite drink. This was very nice and will definitely buy it again. Next can I might add some Lyres blood orange to see how that goes.
This is a wonderful non-alcoholic version of a favourite G&T. Superbly authentic flavour. Having it ready-mixed to drink wherever you want is super-easy!
Not worth it
It's disappointing - the Amalfi Spritz is sooooo good, I thought I'd give this one ago. Frankly, it tastes like lemonade with a peppery after taste. I even added a shot of actual real life gin to see whether that would improve it. Nope. I think I will stick with a glass of fever tree tonic with fresh lime.