Products topped off with champagne and rose are all the buzz
Brands are poppin’ bottles.
Groupon U.K. got champagne sippers in a tizzy this week by revealing its new edible Prosecco Nail Polish, which is mixed with real prosecco and “smells and tastes just like the real thing.”
The brand says you can actually lick the lustrous gold lacquer, “giving you the fun of the flavor without a sore head the next day.” (Except for maybe getting a headache after drinking varnish?)
Groupon is giving away a limited number of free bottles to celebrate Mother’s Day. Enter by clicking the “buy” button here. Alas, it’s only available to shoppers with a U.K. address for now, and is not for sale online or in-store in the U.S. yet.
But you can still coat your lips with champagne fizz thanks to indulgences like the Bath House rose prosecco lip balm for about $6, which doesn’t contain actual alcohol per se, but boasts giving lips a buzz with natural shea and cocoa butters.
Sugarfina’s champagne bears – with actual booze – are a must, boxing gummies made with Dom Perignon brut and rose, at $20 for a large cube. And the Whispering Angel Yes Way Rose All Day bears sold out in just two hours last summer, leading to a waitlist of over 18,000 thirsty snackers. The good news is, they are back in stock at $20 for a large cube.
Dylan’s Candy Bar boasts its own Strawberry and Champagne chocolates in its Gold Bar collection for $8.50 a pop, which features top notes of the berries and bubbly flavoring its Belgian dark chocolate.
Spark Jonathan Adler’s $42 Champagne Pop Candle, which bundles New Year’s Eve into a chic pink metallic cup with scents of French cassis, rose petal and pink grapefruit.
Or sip the real thing. The brilliant winemakers at Winc have dreamed up the world’s first rose-only wine of the month club dubbed the Summer Water Societe for this summer’s rose-sipping season. Members will get three magnums (the equivalent of six bottles!) of rose a month from May through July, plus limited edition Yes Way Rose merch like caps and beach towels, for $350.
And now you can sip a glass of the real thing while getting pampered – in California, anyway – where as of Jan. 1, the “Drybar bill” lets salons and barber shops pour free prosecco, beer and wine without a license.
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