Low-aroma fried chicken is here so you don't annoy other people on your commute
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Low-aroma fried chicken is here so you don’t annoy other people on your commute


The smell of fried chicken sure gets people really, really, excited, but there’s always someone out there who isn’t too enthusiastic about that aromatic blend of herbs and spices.

In Japan, where politeness is ever so paramount, KFC is selling a special kind of low-smell fried chicken, according to Sora News 24.

Dubbed “Fried Chicken Home Type,” it’s only available at a particular KFC take-out location inside Shinjuku train station in Tokyo, which is open only until Dec. 31.

For 500 yen (US$4.50), you can buy two pieces of fried chicken with a repressed odour, as to not annoy your fellow commuter. There are also other sides on sale, like coleslaw, corn salad and pot pie.

The low-smell of the fried chicken comes from what KFC claims to be a special “cooking method” that keeps in the flavour and aroma, and it’s sold at room temperature. 

Put it in the microwave, and that unmistakable scent will return — although there is something to be said about the texture of fried chicken that’s been zapped in the microwave.

For those who much prefer the smell of fried chicken in all aspects of their life, KFC Japan also released scented bath bombs earlier this year, a fragrance which will likely send fried chicken haters into a conniption.

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December 20, 2017
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