New cologne inspired by smoky smell of backyard grill

Pork Barrel BBQ has introduced “Que” Eau de Barbeque, a novelty cologne designed to publicize the company's award-winning barbecue sauces and rubs.

Pork Barrel BBQ has introduced “Que” Eau de Barbeque, a novelty cologne designed to publicize the company's award-winning barbecue sauces and rubs.

If the smell of smoky, barbecue-slathered meat makes you want to kiss the cook, you’re in luck.

The first barbecue-scented cologne is on the market, making the quintessential smoky sweetness a wearable fragrance without the hassle of grilling in the heat.

Pork Barrel BBQ, founded by Jefferson City native Heath Hall and Brett Thompson, has added to its repertoire of award-winning sauces and rubs by introducing “Que” Eau de Barbeque.

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While at a gourmet food show in San Francisco last year, the pair decided they needed a novelty item to get the attention of ....

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