There’s nothing like the holiday scent of… fried chicken.And it looks like thousands agreed. KFC released a limited-edition firelog that smells like its famous fried chicken — and it sold out in hours on Thursday.The “11 Herbs & Spices Firelog,” went on sale on KFCfirelogs.com for $18.99 (which included tax, shipping, and handling). Introducing the 11 Herbs & Spices Firelog from Enviro-Log®, the best way to make a fire smell less like fire and more like fried chicken. Get yours today at https://t.co/u2baCmHQYF. pic.twitter.com/y4TRf4cqQs— KFC (@kfc) December 13, 2018“Imbued with the unmistakable, mouth-watering aroma of Colonel Sanders’ secret recipe, the KFC 11 Herbs & Spices Firelog finally puts to rest the age-old dilemma, ‘How can I make this fire a hundred bajillion times better?’” the fast-food chain said on their website.The savory firelog was created by Enviro-Log, a Yule log manufacturer, and made of 100 percent recycled materials. “It is the result of countless hours of research and development, all done over the last couple of months since we had this idea,” said KFC.Not surprisingly, the firelog was a hit on Twitter. Users quickly shared their delight/confusion in the chicken-scented creation and suggestions for its use: Finally, KFC Makes A Colonel Sanders Dating GameKFC Tests Plant-Based Beyond Fried Chicken in Atlanta Welp I know what I’m gift wrapping for the work Christmas gift exchange! Nothing like the fresh scent of high cholesterol and chest pains.— William Smothers (@BigBill916) December 13, 2018 Stay on target Take these with you camping to spice up your night with a bear attack.— Gary (@Tha_Gary) December 13, 2018The firelog can burn up to three hours and unlike real chicken, it doesn’t expire and it has no shelf life. KFC did warn buyers to “please do not attempt to eat it,” and cautioned campers that it “may attract bears.”If you were late to the chicken party and didn’t get a firelog this year, we suggest just lounging by the fire with a bucket of KFC.More on Geek.com:First Lab-Grown Steak Gives Foodies a Taste of the FutureJimmy Dean Is Giving Away Sausage-Scented Holiday Wrapping Paper‘Yuck’ Becomes ‘Yum’ at the Disgusting Food Museum in L.A.