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Lyre's Amalfi Spritz 4-pack
Lyre's Amalfi Spritz 4-pack
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$17.99

Lyre's Amalfi Spritz 4-pack


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Lyre’s have canned up a vacation to Italy with this award winning non-alcoholic Spritz!

What does it taste like?

  • Nose: bright orange & rhubarb with notes of melon and peach
  • Palate: intense bittersweet orange, fresh rhubarb & elderflower, Mediterranean herbs, full of fine bubbles with a dry finish

Recommendations

  • Served chilled, drink right from the can or pour in a glass with a slice of orange for the perfect aperitivo.
  • Store in cool and dry place, once opened consume immediately. Do not freeze.

Good to know

  • Made in Australia
  • 250ml ready-to-drink can
  • 4 cans per pack
  • Vegan
  • Gluten free
  • 16 grams of sugar per can
  • 70 calories per can
  • Contains 0.5% alcohol

Ingredients: Carbonated Water, Lyre’s Classico (50% Water, Sugar, Non-Alcoholic Fermented Grape Juice Concentrate, Grape Juice Concentrate, Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate, Natural Flavoring), Lyre’s Italian Spritz (33% Water, Sugar, Natural Flavoring, FD&C Yellow No 6, FD&C Red 40, Phosphoric Acid), Monk Fruit Juice, Natural Flavoring, Preservative: Sodium Benzoate.

Customer Reviews

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Bridgette M.
Hits the spot

Fantastic when ice cold, definitely a pleasant surprise (as someone who hasn't tried non-alcoholic before!) and gives you the taste without being too bitter. It reminded me of a less bitter kombucha. Enjoyable.

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Leala Tanner
Intense Aperitivo

This is overall good, but a little too intense, sugary, and odd in flavor in my opinion. It wasn’t as bright & refreshing as I’d expect in a “spritz”, but it’s certainly an interesting contender for those looking for a more intense aperitivo.