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    Bacon in your Coffee

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    I just ran across this while killing time. I'm not a coffee drinker, but I thought some of you would enjoy this. Since it's ahem, bacon AND coffee. lol

    It seems that there's quite a bit of sugar content in the coffee shop's version, but I'm sure those of you bacon lovers and coffee lovers might find a little inspiration to try a new recipe based off what they say. So, enjoy.

    Bacon-flavored coffee to be made by Seattle's Best



    Seattle's Best about to serve up some bacon-flavored coffee

    Nothing goes better with coffee than the taste of bacon. Seattle’s Best will be premiering a new coffee flavored with pumpkin pie spice and bacon. Seattle's Best held a contest in NYC to find the flavor, and Eileen Gannon’s “How to Win A Guy With One Sip” coffee beverage combined bacon-flavored syrup with candied bacon to win the $10,000 prize and the slot on Seattle Best’s menu. The flavors sound yummy for fall, and the new drink will certainly be more convenient than stirring hot coffee with a greasy piece of bacon on the bus on the way to work in the morning. Source: Seattle's Best to sell bacon-flavored coffee - Portland Business Journal

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    This is slightly gross but also highly sexy.

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    Seems like you could make your own~ BP coffee with bacon fat instead of coconut oil~

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    lol

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    Someone's going to have to give it a whirl and let us know how it tastes.

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    “The whole concept of a macronutrient, like that of a calorie, is determining our language game in such a way that the conversation is not making sense." - Dr. Kurt Harris

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    Ha! Is that for real!?! lol

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    Of course it is, it's right there in the picture!
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    Ah, I miss the Torani syrups! And yes the bacon one is real, I've seen it at World Market. Where they also have bacon (and I think beef jerky?) chocolate bars. And really good Tikka Masala sauce

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    bacon chocolate bars!! Oh my goodness. I'm trying not to have a gag reflex at the thought, but maybe the salty, sweet, savory thing works. Have you ever tried one? And mmmmmmm, I love tikka masala.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lissee View Post
    bacon chocolate bars!! Oh my goodness. I'm trying not to have a gag reflex at the thought, but maybe the salty, sweet, savory thing works. Have you ever tried one? And mmmmmmm, I love tikka masala.
    Nope, haven't tried one! I think it might be good though...the sweet with the salty like you said, like a chocolate covered peanut or something...only bacon-y and delicious! And yeah their tikka sauce is the best over a bunch of spaghetti squash, veggies, and meat

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