Hocus Pocus canned wine might seem like something out of a crazy Halloween fever dream, but trust on this one – it’s real and it’s spectacular. Of course, Halloween is certainly not going to hit the same this year. The COVID-19 pandemic will be changing the way that we celebrate, but there is still plenty to do. Once the folks who are responsible for these Hocus Pocus wines heard about the pandemic, they sprung into action.
It’s as if they have answered our prayer individually. Now that White Claw summer has come and gone, it is time to start thinking about our fall beverages. Eliqs custom beer and wines has teamed up with Besa Mi Vino winery to create the season’s hottest new beverage.
The rose has been described on the website as “bright and lightly bubbly with flavors of cherry, dried roses, and lychee.” They describe the white wine as having “fragrant aromas with a smooth blend between dry and sweet on the palate.”
The wines can be purchased online but only for a very limited time. You’ll want to act quickly so that you can get your hands on these wines before they are all gone.
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Something wicked this way comes 🔮 We’re excited to announce our partnership with the New York Restoration Project — right now at nyrp.org you can shop an assortment of curated products with all sales benefiting community parks and gardens throughout NYC. We’ve conjured up this wine exclusively in support of @nyrp and it’s only available for a limited time. Link in bio to get ‘em while they last and see all the other magical things in the shop… #nyrp #nyrphulaween #spooktacular @augustuncommon @tattly @iwcandyus @sweetnsaucyshop @sweettoothfairy @drinkbesa
It’s not like we will be able to ride our brooms to get to them once they are gone! All jokes aside, these wines are an absolute steal. The six-packs go for $36 and Eliqs says that three cans of their wine are equivalent to a bottle. It is time to get your drinking pants on. Pull up FaceTime and call a friend. We have also been partial to Zoom happy hours during the quarantine period.
The proceeds from these sales are being donated to assist New York City community gardens. That means you get to drink while engaging in some high-quality philanthropy. What could be better than that?
Each can features a different Sanderson sister. The slogans are absolutely hilarious as well. If that’s not enough of the Sandersons for you, Midler is going to be having her annual Hulaween fundraising gala, where the sisters will be reunited. For $10, you can attend the virtual event and proceeds are going to be donated to Midler’s New York Restoration Project. Make sure you have your wine on hand for the festivities on October 30.SKM: below-content placeholder