Making the best bacon in the world!
Ever think that wine connoisseurs and sommeliers sound pretty pretentious with their descriptions of wine like “with a hint of orange and lavender, pencil lead and ground pepper?” Yeah, we do too. But we love wine and beer… and mixed drinks too. And once in a while a really great bottle of… we digress.
We love wine, but we don’t think you have to be a pretentious jerk when you are drinking it. And this got us to thinking: why couldn’t our other favorite thing, bacon, be appreciated in the same way as great wine and alcohol, without the attitude?
Wouldn’t it be awesome if you not only tasted bacon, but you got a hint of some other amazing flavors? Not punch in the face flavor, just a soft caress to remind you how great it is to be alive. Well, that is our idea on how to make the greatest bacon in the world.
Welcome to the Bacon Swinery!
Discover Our Sweet Bacons
After Dark Bacons
(not really the booze is cooked off)
Mess with your friends and guests
We recommend you serve our bacon to unsuspecting friends and don’t tell them that there is anything special about it and then spontaneously say something like:
- “This reminds my of a fantastic Old Fashioned I had the Ritz”
- “This bacon would make Paddington bear die and go to heaven”
- “Wow this reminds me of my Mom’s apple pie.”
- “Do you think this pig was eating the effluent of a Sriracha plant before it died?”
When they ask, you can casually tell them that you are a sommelier for fine cured porks also known as a Swinelier or a Swinologist.
You can tell them later that bacon was actually cured with ingredients that make our other favorite foods and drinks. Why you may ask? Because we figured out how to take one of the most universally great foods, bacon, and make it just a bit better.
Give the gift of bacon even if you don’t know what the favorite flavors are. Give anywhere from $5 to $10k. And if you want to give more, call us since who would even consider $10k worth of bacon. Sounds like you need your own franchise. Buy One Here.
We are constantly asked to try new flavors that are favorites of our customers. So when our most loyal customers and great friends asked us to make “Adobo” we said sure. At the time we thought they were saying “Adobe “and thought it was play on the whole “brick” of bacon, but it turns out this is a staple of Filipino cuisine, so prepare to make bacon history again!