9 New Products That Prove Rosé Is the Next Pumpkin Spice
"Rosé all day" is a phrase most of us can get behind. As nice as it would be to sip on the sparkling wine 24/7, though, it's simply not sustainable for a productive life. *Mournful sigh.* Luckily, there are some rosé-inspired goods on the market that are just as pretty and festive. Here are a few perfectly pink snacks and drinks to tide you over until happy hour.
Sugarfina Rosé All Day Marshmallows ($15): Eat these in the tub for a Marie Antoinette-esque snack, or feast on s'mores with vanilla cookies and white chocolate (plus a glass of rosé on the side).
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams Frosé Sorbet ($12): This frozen rosé sorbet is made extra refreshing with strawberry, pear, and watermelon essence. Jeni's suggests enjoying it with your favorite sparkling wine or a shot of tequila — wild, but we support it.
Compartés Roses and Rosé White Chocolate Bar ($10): Need birthday gift ideas? Splurge on this fantastically pink chocolate bar, one of Compartés' many beautiful and creative candies.
Hangar 1 Rosé Vodka ($32): This vodka is pretty enough to be front and center on your bar cart, and it contains that crisp flavor that makes rosé so sweet in the summertime.
Neat Nick Preserves Rosé Jelly ($8): Try this jelly once, and you'll quickly find an excuse to put it on everything from bread to charcuterie boards to (oh, yes) pizza with, say, salty prosciutto and creamy mozzarella.
Sugarfina Pink Chocolate Bar With Baby Rosé Bears ($10): It's hard to forget the time Sugarfina broke the internet with its rosé-flavored gummy bears. In another stroke of genius, they're studding this pink chocolate bar with the chewy candy.
Angry Orchard Rosé Hard Cider ($8): This fizzy beverage may not contain actual rosé, but it has a fantastic dry flavor and pink hue, thanks to the six different apple varieties inside.
Nauti Seltzer Rosé Hard Seltzer: Lovers of all things sparkling are sure to be fans of this hard seltzer, which tastes like your favorite citrusy rosé.
Oliver Napa Valley Rosé Balsamic Vinegar ($30): If you prefer tangy to sweet, you'll dig this vinegar, perfect when drizzled over seafood or incorporated into a marinade.
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Sara is a food and lifestyle freelance writer in Los Angeles. She writes a weekly events column for the Los Angeles Times and loves writing food content for Brit + Co. After all, the English language's most fun adjectives are best applied to delicious foods. In her free time, she's a hip hop dancer, avid moviegoer, and thorough face-mask user.