There are some trends that I just can't get into. The unicorn trend is too high-maintenance for me. The activated charcoal trend straight-up scares me. And when I use turmeric and brush my teeth afterwards, my toothbrush turns an unattractive shade of yellow best described as baby puke. But if there's one trend that I'm on board with, it's the rose gold trend, which is why I almost fell off my chair when I read about this glitter that creates rose gold Prosecco.

What Is Rose Gold Prosecco?

This glitter changes a regular glass of Prosecco into a rose gold masterpiece. It's the brainchild of the U.K. brand PopaBall, which creates goodies that you can add to any drink, such as pineapple bursting bubbles. This particular glitter uses citric acid, baking soda, and coloring to add a rose gold shimmer to your drink. It's the perfect addition to any upscale brunch or poolside drinks.

But What Does It Taste Like?

While I haven't tried the glitter personally, the company markets it as raspberry flavored with flecks of edible gold. But since you're only adding 1/3 of a teaspoon of the glitter to every glass of Prosecco, chances are that it won't alter the flavor of the alcohol that much. It's mostly for that Insta-worthy shot.

How Do I Get My Hands On It?

Sadly, this rose gold Prosecco is only available in the U.K. from Lakeland, an English retailer that sells creative cookware. For those readers lucky enough to live in the U.K., just visit your local store and this insane glitter can be yours for a mere £6.99. For readers that live across the pond, I suggest either becoming best buds with an English citizen (Harry Styles, where you at?), or else upping your brunch game with these Prosecco waffles instead.

Honestly, I'm ready to forget the mermaid toast. Screw the avocado lattes and the endless amount of unicorn food. Friends, the future lies in boozy waffles served with rose gold Prosecco.