While I have no complaints about prosecco, I have one or two thoughts on the containers.

The small bottles are adorable – and I strongly encourage them for bridesmaid proposals – but they’re not quite the right size. A big bottle is too much to drink on your average night by yourself, and unless you’ve got prosecco pals, falls short for day drinking options.

Beyond that days on the beach, out on a boat, tailgating or by the track often mean no glass.

How am I supposed to liveeeeeee

Recently I tried out some spiked seltzer’s in cans – those were yummy and easy. Since I’m not a beer drinker, the seltzer cans made life simple. Toss a few in a cooler, grab a koozie and go.

But it didn’t make me feel bubbly!

There is hope though. Prosecco in a can. If it’s just as tasty, just as bubbly, and just as easy, I’ll have to send a thank you note to the inventor.

I guess I’m a little late because this “Cosmopolitan” article came out in 2016, but it. is. important.

I’m heading to the Saratoga Race track this weekend, and canned prosecco will be my drink of choice. My great hope in life is to buy a few types of prosecco in a can and see if I can find a new fav. Hopefully I can find some…

I’ll let you know how it goes.

Published by pauseforprosecco

A Boston girl who loves her pearls. Follow along with me as I balance a busy schedule and try to incorporate one new adventure a week into my life!

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