Jelly is a pretty commonplace condiment in your pantry.
You always need it just in case you're running low on funds, and PB&J will be your breakfast, lunch and dinner for the next week.
Then, when your wallet is stuffed, you tend to forget about the sweet and healthy morning treat when you can splurge on a bottomless brunch with buttery pancakes.
But Marty Millman and her boyfriend Danny realized during a picnic in the park that jelly needed some jazzing up to make its comeback on everyone's plates.
According to Refinery29, the couple started their own company selling the fanciest of fancy jellies infused with our dear friend, wine.
Drunk Jelly comes in seven fancy boozy flavors, including rosé, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Moscato, Pinot Grigio and Chardonnay.
The rosé-flavored jelly is perfect for your picnics in any and every park in NYC this summer, especially since its packed with sweet rosé wine and notes of cherry, watermelon, and lime.
While the jellies are inspired by wine, they sadly are non-alcoholic, but that just means you can make any old, boring breakfast into a classy one.
Or, as the creators say, their jellies will "take your charcuterie game to the next level," if you can pronounce that.
You can get an 8-ounce jar for $9 and a 4-ounce jar for $6, but why not go all in?
Order a Wine Jelly Flight with 4-ounce jars of all seven flavors for $35, which is actually a HUGE bargain.
Now, you know exactly what you're bringing to your next breakfast picnic in Central Park.