Drunk Jelly is a sweet way to enjoy your favourite wines.
Wine with everything is the trend that keeps on going: rosé gummy bears, wine ice cream, tea and even wine-infused cosmetics are currently flooding the market and your Instagram account. Drunk Jelly enters the fray as a non-alcoholic jelly that’s made by infusing jam with wine. Trendiness aside, wine jellies have always been a great addition to cheese and charcuterie boards. They also have the power to transform your peanut butter & jelly sandwich into a grown up treat and may just be the perfect Summer 2017 hostess gift.
According to founder Marty Millman, the idea for Drunk Jelly came to her during an inspirational picnic. But infused jellies have been around for centuries. A rosewater-infused jelly graced Henry VIII’s table in 1520, and nineteenth-century gourmands were partial to Champagne and Port Wine jellies.
Drunk Jelly comes in seven flavors (Rosé, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Moscato, Pinot Grigio, and Chardonnay) and cost between $6 and $9. “Wine flights” are also available in three-pack and four-packs.
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