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Bacon Unisex Perfume
  • Bacon Unisex Perfume

Bacon Unisex Perfume

Mmm, the smell of it!

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    Classic Version

    Classic version

    The heady scent of frying bacon has to be one of the most delightful aromas in the world. In fact new research by top baconologists has revealed that it can actually attract the opposite sex. Yes, we just made that up, but judging by the attention we’ve been getting since we started wearing Bacōn Unisex Perfume (pronounced Bay-cone) it really wouldn’t surprise us. Mmm, the smell of it!

    Already a sensation in the US (where else?) this sophisticated fragrance is subtly infused with the scent of sizzling bacon. We’re not talking overpowering eau de greasy spoon, we’re talking faint notes of smoky bacony goodness amidst a secret combination of gorgeous essential oils. Choose from two unisex varieties:

    Gold Version

    Gold version

    Classic: This spicy maple fragrance is lovingly crafted with a sophisticated blend of bergamot, orange, lime, grapefruit, black pepper, cedar wood, vetiver, guaiac wood and two pinches of salty bacon goodness (it says here).

    Gold: With its sizzling citrus aroma and hint of bacon, Gold is lovingly crafted with a blend of mandarin, bergamot, grapefruit, lemon, nutmeg, pimento berry, black pepper and a touch of sweet, a smidgen of savoury, and one pinch of salty bacon goodness. Quite.

    Packaging design

    Clever packaging: Vertical – Hot lady, Horizontal – Sizzling bacon!

    John Fargginay

    "Bay-cone" Unisex Perfume invented by John Fargginay

    With all this ir-rasher-nal talk we might as well tell you that the original recipe for Bacōn is said to date back to the 1920s when a Parisian butcher concocted a secret recipe blending essential oils with the essence of bacon. A massive porky? Maybe but it’s a great yarn, especially when a new admirer can’t get enough of your bacony body. Even if you don’t dine on swine you’ll be amazed by how good it smells. Th-th-that’s all folks! Oink!

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