These Adult-Flavored Gummies Will Knock Your Socks Off
Gummy bears aren't just for kids anymore.
Have you heard of rosé gummy bears?
Yes, that's right: your favorite boozy summertime beverage has been turned into a candy. Launched last summer by Sugarfina, the gorgeous rosé gummies exploded onto the food scene with such a bang that they sold out in two hours and crashed the Sugarfina website.
This summer, they're back... with two exciting new flavors: Sparkling Rosé and Baby Rosé Bear Gummies.
You guys, the rosé gummy madness is out. of. control. ???? We now have more than 3000 (update: 3482!) people on the waitlist, so here's how it's going to work ?? 1?? If you haven't already, email email@example.com by 5pm PST today. 2?? You'll receive an email with instructions on how to sign up to a particular store's waitlist (you have to pick up in store, online is sold out). 3?? The waitlist is "first come, first serve" so if you really REALLY want them, show up at store opening hours (10am for most stores). You must be on the waitlist to purchase and we expect they'll sell out quickly. Limit 2 per person. 4?? So sorry, but there are no holds, no shipping, no deliveries. If you can't show up at opening, we suggest sending someone in your place. 5?? More Rosé bears will be available in late July, and you'll automatically be on the waitlist for those too. ???? Phew. Thanks everyone for all the excitement, we had NO IDEA it was going to be this crazy!
The adult candies are infused with rosé from Provence, and are being described as outrageously good, striking the right balance between sweet, tart, and flavorful. They're also non-alcoholic.
They're also beautifully packaged, and go for $8.50 for a 3.9 ounce box, or $34 a pound. You can find them directy at Sugarfina's New York-based luxury candy boutiques, or on their website (they haven't sold out — yet!).
Don't like rosé? Sugarfina also makes champagne gummies... Yum!
Still not excited?! It looks like they're releasing tequila-flavored gummies as well. Chew on that!
Want to make your own champagne-flavored desserts? Check out these recipes!
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