Canadian Tire Is Now Selling Firelogs That Smell Like KFC Fried Chicken When Burned

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Canadian Tire Is Now Selling Firelogs That Smell Like KFC Fried Chicken When Burned

It’s the first time these hunger-inducing firelogs have been sold in Canada!

Hey KFC addicts in Canada, there’s now a way you can make your house smell finger lickin’ good! If you’re a devoted fan of KFC’s signature fried chicken, you’re in luck — the limited edition Enviro-Log 11 Herbs & Spices Firelog is now being sold at Canadian Tire.

These firelogs release the famous irresistible scent of Kentucky Fried Chicken into the vicinity when burned in a fireplace, woodstove, chiminea, or campfire. They burn for up to 3 hours and are available for purchase at Canadian Tire stores or online. The aromatic firelog was designed and manufactured by Enviro-Log, an eco-friendly, consumer products and recycling company based in Fitzgerald, Georgia.

“Canada’s winter season and fireplaces go together like an iconic KFC bucket of chicken and gravy,” said KFC Canada’s Chief Marketing Officer Samantha Redman. “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.”

This product started being sold in Canada on November 9, 2020, and it appears people have already started trying it out. One reviewer on the Canadian Tire website shared a very relatable experience: “I bought this product and tried it out expecting it to be [gimmicky]. Instead, it smelled so good that it made me insanely hungry and I bought a whole bucket of chicken and [ate] it and now I’m fat and feel bad. My wife says I was already fat but she doesn’t know me!”

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Making your home smell absolutely delicious has never been easier! If you’re interested in getting one of these firelogs, you’d better grab one quickly because apparently there are only limited quantities available.

[Featured Image Source: KFC Canada]

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