Bacon Coffee is Real and Strange

To say there has been a bit of a bacon resurgence in the past decade would be a supreme understatement. Everywhere you look there are new bacon products and new way to consume everyone's favorite slabs of pork meat. Have we gone too far though? Before you answer, let me present some new evidence. That's right. Bacon coffee is here.

Boca Java has just released a new blend named Maple Bacon Morning. The packaging states it is a "rich distinctive coffee with the home-cooked flavor of sweet maple and smoky bacon." That sounds kind of, well, disgusting. Still, at least you can get the entire breakfast experience in one cup of joe.

So yeah. Bacon coffee exists. You can get a bag for around $8. What's next? Putting it in salads and on top of burgers?
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