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Jelly Shots

Classic Mixed Drinks, Now Spreadable

UD - Cherith Valley Jellies Consider your basic PB&J.

A simple pleasure, impossible to improve on. You’ve got your peanut butter, sure. Your bread. Your jelly. Easy.

Well, forget that jelly. That jelly is old news. That jelly isn’t boozy...

Which brings us to Cherith Valley Jellies, a collection of boozy jelly made from mixed drinks, brandy and wine, available now.

It all begins in a humble garden deep in the heart of Texas, where they pride themselves on doing things the American way—like finding a reason to combine alcohol with anything. There, a team of highly trained, gingham-clad cowgirl-chemists is working solely on your behalf, concocting the ideal way to spice up your next dinner party, peanut-butter sandwich and/or jelly-wrestling party: booze-flavored jelly.

In short, it looks like any other kind of jelly, except instead of being made from your basic strawberries or grapes, it’s been built out of actual, honest Texas medicine (aka booze). So the next time you’re whipping up a PB&J, you can add in a hint of spreadable sangria, red wine or brandy. But before you get carried away, just know that this stuff isn’t powerful enough to lead to a regrettable (if sandwich-filled) morning-after.

Still: don’t eat and drive.


Cherith Valley Jellies

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