The fragrance, meant to be worn by either men or women, is a mix of essential oils and, well, bacon. The company offers two versions of the scent: Bacon Classic and Bacon Gold. (Classic veers more maple, while Gold contains a citrus note, according to the company's perky Q&A section.)
We can all agree the bacon is delicious, but a cologne? Really? The company insists the fragrance actually smells good. "These are sophisticated aromas," the website reads. "There is a top, middle and bottom note. Both Bacōn Classic and Bacōn Gold are comprised of essential oils, flowers, herbs and the essence of bacon. The bacon is the bottom note. Hidden in just the right place. It's there alright, and the real fun is in finding it."
Let's hope your date finds it before your dog does.
Read the whole story at The Huffington Post.