I love mimosas but I don't drink them nearly as often as I would like. In my head mimosas go hand in hand with a brunch, bridal shower, baby shower, etc. Traditionally, they are served in a very pretty but puny glass. If you're anything like me, you drink them too quick and then you are faced with a difficult dilemma.

Should you just stick with water and coffee for the rest of this event? Or should you order another $8.50 beverage? I think we all know the answer.

Imagine an easy-to-transport mimosa that you can take on any and all of your adventures! A mimosa that exceeds five sips, it's delicious, and it won't drain your bank account. Ohza is reinventing the way we think about mimosas and I am so here for it.

I am obsessed with this company for the following reasons:

Reason #1

According to their website, The company was founded by four friends who were trying to pour mimosas on a rocky boat in Cape Cod. As you can imagine, the ocean wasn't cooperating and it resulted in more OJ and champagne spilt on the deck than in their glasses. That is how Ohza was born. Mimosas in a can! God, why didn't I think of that?

Reason #2

Of course they offer your standard classic mimosas, but when it comes to flavors, Ohza thinks outside the box! They also carry mango, cranberry, and classic Bellini. Each flavor is made with fresh ingredients and sold in sustainable packaging.

Reason #3

Market Basket is my super market of choice and you can now buy Ohza at any MB location! You love to see it!

Ohza is going to change our beach game, our boat game, our sit on the deck and watch the birds game, all Summer long and I just can't wait!

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