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Rosé Jelly Is Here To Up Your PB&J Game

The good old American PB&J is going through a fun transformation and in the fanciest way possible. Introducing Rosé jelly from Drunk Jelly. Regardless of its name, it’s a non-alcoholic jelly that’s made by infusing jam with wine. The perfect condiment to spread on your morning toast, your picnic Brie or maybe some jello shots? Maybe.

Founder Marty Millman had the idea to create Drunk Jelly while having a picnic with her boyfriend Danny over wine and a charcuterie board. The website says, “Any excuse for adding more wine to our day seemed like a no brainer,” and that they wanted to “create the tastiest wine jelly ever using our favorite wines.” Yaasss!

The jelly is available on Etsy in seven flavors including rosé, merlot, cabernet sauvignon, pinot noir, moscato, pinot grigio, and chardonnay. It costs anywhere from $6 to $9, or you can get a seven-pack for $55. They also have “wine flights” in three-pack and four-packs.

Wine and Jelly are definitely Instaworthy. Enjoy the show!

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