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Drunk Jelly Is Here to Upgrade Your PB&J Sandwich

It's made with wine, but it's non-alcoholic.

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Drunk Jelly

You can now eat peanut butter and merlot jelly (or even rosé jelly!) instead of regular, standard jelly. Yup. Wine jelly is here to revolutionize the way you eat toast/breakfast/everything in 2017. Dare I say that ~wine toast~ is the new avocado toast? It just might be.

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The product is called Drunk Jelly, yet regardless of its name, it's a non-alcoholic jelly that's made by infusing jam with wine. It's unfortunate that it can't give you a buzz, but that never stopped anyone from losing it over rosé gummy bears.

Founder Marty Millman had the idea to create Drunk Jelly while having a picnic with her boyfriend over wine and a charcuterie board. The website says, "Any excuse for adding more wine to our day seemed like a no brainer," (preach) and that they wanted to "create the most tasty wine jelly ever using our favorite wines."

Now that the recipe has been perfected, 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 Jelly

BUY NOW: Wine Jelly 7-pack, $55; etsy.com.

As anything wine-related should be, the packaging is extremely Insta-worthy.

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Since the recipe is now perfected, here's to hoping they come out with a boozy version soon.

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