You Need These Over-the-Top Rosé Products for National Rosé Day

Because rosé is life.

June 08, 2018
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It might feel like everyday is National Rosé Day, but Saturday, the internet is making it official. In honor of summer’s hottest drink, June 9 has been dubbed the official rosé-drinking day. If you’re a pink drink aficionado, here are some products to help you really celebrate.

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Native Deodorant Rosé (pictured above)

Incorporate some vino into your beauty routine by keeping your pits fresh with rosé-scented deodorant. Yes, this is a real thing. This one from Native is a rosé-like blend of strawberry, melon and floral scents. Plus, it’s aluminum-free so it won’t stain your clothes.

Remember when Sugarfina’s rosé gummy bears amassed a 14,000-person waitlist? Yeah, those were dark times. Now, you can get your rosé-candy fix twofold. The brand has launched a pink chocolate bar sprinkled with its iconic rosé gummy bears. You’ll want to get your hands on this one before it sells out too.

Warm summer nights call for frosé by the pint. Thanks to Ohio-based Jeni’s Ice Cream, you can have rosé for dessert too. The recipe is inspired by sangria which makes it sweeter than your average glass of rosé. You’ll taste flavors like pear, strawberry, watermelon and, of course, rosé wine from Sonoma Valley.

Rosé is life, okay? That’s why this candle is exactly what your home has been missing. Before it burns, you’ll just smell roses, but we promise when you light it up the scent becomes more reminiscent of wine with notes of blackcurrant and sea salt.

Incorporate rosé into s’mores night. These shimmery rosé marshmallows are perfect for toasting over an open fire for an even cooler summer dessert. Stock up on them for dunking in hot chocolate when cold weather returns and you need a taste of summer stat.

It was only a matter of time before non-alcoholic rosé came into our lives. This year, Welch’s launched a sparkling rosé juice perfect for toasting any special occasion. Now kiddos and juice-lovers have the option of red, white or rosé, too.

Photo by: Dina Joanna Coloma

Dina Joanna Coloma

Anyone in the New York City area on Saturday can swing by a DŌ, Cookie Dough Confections location for a scoop of the brand’s limited edition rosé flavor. The Rosé Strawberries and Cream flavor was created in partnership with the wildly popular rosé brand Summer Water.

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