Perfume that smells like french fries sells out in a matter of hours

Perfume that smells like french fries sells out in a matter of hours

SPUD is a bright gift! Perfume that smells like french fries sells out within hours of release ahead of Valentine’s Day.

  • The Idaho Potato Commission (IPC) released a limited edition Frites by Idaho fragrance just in time for February 14th.
  • The fragrance was created from essential oils and distilled potatoes from Idaho.
  • The 1.7 ounce crystal bottles sold for $1.89 each, about the price of a large order of French fries, and sold out within hours.
  • Idaho leads the nation in potato production, growing nearly a third of the U.S. potatoes thanks to its ideal climate and volcanic soil.

The perfume, which smells like french fries, proved to be just as irresistible as a fast food staple after it sold out almost instantly.

The Idaho Potato Commission (IPC) released a limited edition Frites by Idaho fragrance just in time for Valentine’s Day, and fans couldn’t wait to get their hands on a bottle.

“Created from essential oils and distilled Idaho potatoes, this fragrance embodies the irresistible essence of the Idaho potato,” reads the description on the government agency’s website.

The Idaho Potato Commission (IPC) has released a limited edition Frites by Idaho fragrance just in time for Valentine's Day.

The Idaho Potato Commission (IPC) has released a limited edition Frites by Idaho fragrance just in time for Valentine’s Day.

The 1.7-ounce crystal bottles sold for $1.89 each, roughly the price of a large order of French fries.  The fragrance was created from essential oils and distilled potatoes from Idaho.

The 1.7-ounce crystal bottles sold for $1.89 each, roughly the price of a large order of French fries. The fragrance was created from essential oils and distilled potatoes from Idaho.

The 1.7-ounce crystal bottles retailed for $1.89 each — about the same as a large order of French fries — and sold out within hours.

The idea for the unique flavor comes after a recent national poll by Pollfish found that nearly 90 percent of Americans find the smell of french fries “irresistible.”

“Whether you’re in a restaurant or having lunch at a restaurant, it’s almost impossible not to grab a roast and grab a bite to eat before diving into the food. The smell is too good to resist,” explained IPC President and CEO Jamie Higham.

The idea for the unique flavor came after a recent national poll found that nearly 90 percent of Americans found the smell of french fries

The idea for the unique flavor came after a recent national poll found that almost 90 percent of Americans found the smell of french fries “irresistible.”

The fragrance sold out within hours and is listed as

The fragrance sold out within hours and is listed as “out of stock” on the agency’s website.

“This perfume is a great gift for anyone who can’t resist french fries.”

Idaho leads the nation in potato production, growing nearly a third of the U.S. potatoes thanks to its ideal climate and volcanic soil.

IPC’s foray into fragrance production has been a hit with french fries fans across the country, including a single perfume reviewer.

“Close your eyes…breathe…potato farm take me…unbelievable,” wrote a person on the agency’s website, where the fragrance is listed as “out of stock.”

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