Not everyone wants alcohol in a cocktail, and while you can ask Alexa to help you with recipes to get you a little drunk, now you can add recipes to that that aren’t intentionally drunk.
Smart assistants can do a variety of things, like tell you the news, the weather, play music, or even sing your kids a number of songs, but you can also use them for directions. Concretely, you can have him read a recipe or even ask him to help you prepare a drink.
We’ve definitely heard Alexa reading instructions for cocktails, something that happened two years ago, but not everyone wants to be a bit of a bobo.
In fact, if you no longer drink alcohol, you might be inclined to skip the instructions altogether. But you might not need it, because while Johnny Walker and Bundaberg’s liquor dispenser has an Alexa action to summon recipes to you, it seems the non-alcoholic equivalent does as well.
Lyre’s joins the bar cart and Alexa skills club with its own degree of recipes for people who don’t want alcohol in their drink, as long as you ask the virtual assistant how to make a mocktail.
Amazon told Pickr that low alcohol and no alcohol are apparently on track to overtake alcohol by 2025, which probably makes it a very bad time for this journalist to launch a review website. alcohol, but here we are, and interestingly, Lyre’s skills won’t tell. how to make their non-alcoholic versions alcoholic in the least. They’ll also specifically mention Lyre’s products, which might be the slightly digging point, as we’d rather our useful skills be less of a company endorsement and more of actual help, but we’re there too.
Alternatively, you can just ask Alexa or any other smart assistant to help you make a cocktail, then substitute the ingredients for soft drinks for your own personal mocktail creation, bypassing the brand entirely. If you have a smart speaker or a smart display, you have options other than choosing what to drink.