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Lyre's Cosmopolitan


This legendary cocktail has a complex past. Did it originate in Miami or NYC, not sure, probably a bit of both, but what we do know this Cran-tini styled drink is here to stay and is still one of the most popular cocktails going around today. Pink in hue, the Lyre’s version uses White Cane and Orange Sec to compliment citrus and cranberry.

Lyre's Negroni


It was 1919, and Count Camillo Negroni decided his favourite cocktail the Americano needed a little something extra. He swapped out the soda water for gin and thus the Negroni was born. This classic aperitif may look like a sweet, Italian orange treat, but like a gate-crashing pack of weasels - it’s crafty, a little bitter and full of surprises.

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Every Lyre’s spirit looks, tastes and sashays around the palate just like the original. And yet, the absence of giggle juice enables revelers to remain clear-headed, of good cheer and in fine fettle to pursue whatever tickles their fancy the following day.

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