WASHINGTON — For a lot of people, the smell of bacon cooking on the stove is one of the best things about waking up in the morning.
There’s always been a problem, though – someone has to be up to cook it.
The folks at Oscar Mayer have found a way around that, though – an iPhone app and dongle that will make sizzling sounds and release a bacon scent when your alarm goes off.
The aroma comes from a diffuser made by Scentee, which uses high-frequency waves to release the aroma of a bacon scent capsule.
The setups won’t be for sale, but you can win one by taking a quiz on the website of the Oscar Mayer Institute for the Advancement of Bacon, which we’re absolutely sure is a real thing.
Mashable reports that the dongle and app are a real thing – they’re a little iffy on how much the scent really smells like bacon, and spilling the concentrated bacon scent on your hands is definitely not recommended.
But for a bacon lover, what could be better? Tom Bick, senior director of integrated marketing and advertising at Oscar Mayer, said in a statement that the company was thrilled to give “bacon aficionados a new reason to welcome their morning alarm clocks.”