KFC fried-chicken-scented Firelog now available in Canada
Do you love the smell of an open fire? What about the smell of KFC's 11 herbs and spices?
If you've ever wondered what those two things would smell like together, you can now find out.
As of Nov. 9, KFC's famous fried chicken-scented 11 Herbs & Spices Firelog is now available in Canada.
“Canada’s winter season and fireplaces go together like an iconic KFC bucket of chicken and gravy,” Samantha Redman, chief marketing officer for KFC Canada, said in a news release.
“It’s the comfort of a warm fire and the delicious aroma of our world-famous fried chicken that makes The KFC 11 Herbs & Spices Firelog a truly hearth-warming and hunger-inducing experience for all," she continued.
The Firelog, which debuted in the U.S. in 2018, quickly became a viral hit, selling out just hours after going on sale.
Canadians can get their hands on one at Canadian Tire, while supplies last.
“We are thrilled with the overwhelming consumer demand for the KFC Firelog over the past two years and are proud that through our long-term partnership with Canadian Tire, we are now able to make it available to Canadian fans that crave KFC’s 11 Herbs & Spices,” Ross McRoy, president and founder of Enviro-Log, Inc., said in the same release.
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