Jelly might be one half of the most classic(ly boring) sandwich on the planet, but it's an American staple no less. One company got creative with it, though, just in time to hop on the bandwagon of rosé-inspired treats: rose flavored jelly is a thing now, and we think it'll pair perfectly with our rosé gummy bears and rosé-scented deodorant, because nothing is as fun as getting drunk and sweating less.
The company behind rosé jelly is appropriately named Drunk Jelly, and they offer seven different kinds of jelly in wine-inspired flavors, including pinot noir, moscato, chardonnay, pinot grigio, merlot, cabernet sauvignon, and obviously rosé, which the website says is made from sweet rosé wine and has flavors of cherry, watermelon, and lime. Heck yes. Let's have a PB&J sammie and get DRUNK.
Not so fast. Drunk Jelly's jellies (*giggle* Jelly's jellies) are non-alcoholic, which is probably a good thing because it means you can have 10 times as much and won't wake up the next morning in a strange bedroom. I guarantee the wine connoisseur in you will still enjoy the special twist to your bland morning bagel or English muffin.
The rosé obsession hit us hard — because if we're being honest with ourselves, wine-flavored anything is a total win. Rosé-flavored ice cream popped up just in time for summer, we declared it a national holiday when we discovered rosé-flavored chocolate, rosé freeze pops help us keep cool in the hot temps, and rosé-flavored lollipops offer a more mature twist on a childhood treat. I'm also not opposed to drinking rosé straight from the bottle with a straw.
Don't you judge me.
Drunk Jelly has certainly resonated well with the online audience, mentioned by the likes Elle and Refinery29. If you're ready to up your peanut butter and jelly game, grab a jar today.