How Lyre's is shaking up the coolest drinks in Riyadh
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As Riyadh’s fine dining scene continues to welcome swathes of exciting culinary hotspots, the fine fare served across the city needs to be paired with a suitably enticing array of delectable drinks. That’s where Lyre’s gets to work.
A premium brand of non-alcoholic beverages, Lyre’s spirits are the essential ingredient to sophisticated, masterfully mixed mocktails now shaken and stirred up across the city. After launching last year, Lyre’s has landed in bars and restaurants across not just Saudi Arabia, but the wider region, satisfying the increasing demand for perfectly muddled non-alcoholic cocktails that offer more flavor, sophistication and less sugar than your average mocktail.
These 0.0% cocktails invite everyone to enjoy the art of mixology, with inventive sips and colourful serves created using the impressive Lyre’s range. The brand’s non-alcoholic serves range from the refreshing Italian Spritz and crisp Dry London, to the nutty notes of Amaretti and now even the bubbly Classico Grande.
Well priced at between SAR45 and SAR 65 on average, Lyre’s non-alcoholic serves can be savoured in some of Riyadh’s finest establishments.
Head to the What’s On Riyadh Award-winning LPM Restaurant & Cafe, and pair the power business lunch with L’Orgeat, a blend of Lyre’s Amaretti, roasted almond and citrus. If your business meetings take you to KAFD, be sure to try the non-alcoholic Negroni at chic Italian restaurant Il Baretto, or enjoy an all-day brunch with a refreshing White Spritz at A.O.K Kitchen. Enjoying a relaxing afternoon in the beauty of the Four Seasons Riyadh Lobby Lounge, where a catch-up with friends can be enjoyed while sipping the Amalfi Spritz, featuring Lyre’s Italian Spritz and Classico Sparkling.
Wherever you’re dining out for dinner, there’s an array of fruity, flavourful 0.0% cocktails to enjoy at Riyadh’s top restaurants. At oh-so-colourful Coya, Peruvian fare pairs perfectly with the Tereso Inca; a sweet mix of Italian Spritz with passionfruit puree, pineapple and orange.
If you’re staycationing at beautiful boutique Jareed Hotel Riyadh, be sure to try their twist on a classic, the Riyadh Mule.
For sundowners in a stylish setting, head to Ramla Terraza’s Iris and you won’t want to miss trying the Iris Sangria, a mix of Lyre’s Classico Sparkling, lavender, rose, passionfruit juice and apple.
Or, conclude your day with a night cap at The Ritz-Carlton Riyadh, where the Turquoise Cigar Lounge serves up a warm and spicy Fireball, which features Lyre’s American malt.
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