Cloe Cabrera is the fashion and beauty reporter for the Tampa Tribune, News Channel 8 and TBO.com. Watch her style segments Thursday mornings on News Channel 8 Today and follow her on Twitter at Hot Pursuits @CloeCabrera.
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Bacon scented perfume? Now we’re talking.
Posted Apr 7, 2011 by Cloe Cabrera
Updated Apr 7, 2011 at 05:17 PM
A new cologne has hit the market and it’s guaranteed to make your man or woman squeal with delight. You see, the scent is designed to smell like the popular breakfast food: Bacon.
Bacōn is a new perfume by Fargginay. It’s said to contain 11 oils that release the subtle hint of swine, only better. Now, I love me some bacon. I like it fried, in sanwhiches, burgers, wrapped around a steak, you name it. I even like bacon lip balm (yes, there is such a thing). I think bacon just makes everything taste better…..smile.
The perfume comes in two versions, bacon classic and bacon gold, both retail for around $36.
Gives new meaning to the term “Eat Me.” Read more about the fragrance and watch a video at http://www.fargginay.com