Where To Buy Rose Gummy Bears, The Intoxicatingly Sweet Treat From Sugarfina Everyone Is Clamoring For

Earlier this week, rosé-flavored gummy bears hit the scene and we all went bananas. Wine? Gummy bears? Sign me up, please. The candy went viral, making the rounds on the interwebs — which means that of course, everyone is now wondering where to buy rosé gummy bears. Well, there's good news and bad news: The good news is that you can buy them online with a click of a button. The bad news is everyone and their brother wants them, so they're selling like hotcakes — and selling out.

But before we go there, let's make sure we're all up to speed: We can thank Sugarfina, a high-end candy boutique, for the rosé-flavored gummy bears, named Rosé All Day Bears. They come in both bear shapes and rose shapes and are made with Whispering Angel Rosé. The booze-infused candy instantly began making headlines the moment it was announced, and the store now has a waiting list with more than 700 people (up from 400 just a few days ago) ready to try to chewy treat, according to Sugarfina's Facebook page.

So, how and where can you get your hands on some rosé gummy bears? Read on for all the important details.

1. Sugarfina

Obvs, Sugarfina is the go-to spot to secure your Rosé All Day Bears — but there's one minor problem: They sold out within two hours of their release, according to the bears' product page. You can email them to get on their waitlist, or you could try one of these other options. (P.S. If you get put on the waitlist, plan to pay around $8.50 for just under four ounces of the gummy bears, or about $34 a pound.)

2. Champagne Bears From Sugarfina

Champagne Bears, $9, Sugarfina

They're not exactly the same as the Rosé All Day gummies, but Sugarfina's Champagne Bears come in a close second. These little guys are flavored with Dom Pérignon Vintage Champagne and taste deliciously of Brut and Rosé, so you're just getting bears of two flavors instead of one.

3. Prosecco Gummy Bears

Prosecco Gummies, $13, Firebox

Another option is SugarSin's gummy bears made with Prosecco, a sparkling white wine (not exactly rosé, but close). And despite having prosecco listed in their ingredients, these gummies are also still described as somehow alcohol-free. I'm a little confused about that, but whatever.

4. Make Your Own Champagne- Or Rosé-Soaked Gummy Bears

If you're in the mood for a fun little DIY project, you can make your own champagne- or rosé-soaked gummy bears. Try the video above, or check out this recipe from the Skinny Fork — it's as easy as pie, and even uses gummy bears from Sugarfina as their base. In a nutshell, all you do is soak your gummies in your wine of choice for at least 10 hours, and voila!

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