Two Meows, Hot Sauce Reviews

Posted: August 18, 2015 in Random
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Review: After having used a cheap rug(because who wants to spend a ton of money on a rug thats gonna get gross liter on it),
it was nice to get this

A cheap Dollar Tree rug is not the way to go. We still had liter everywhere. Might as well have not had a rug at all.
Well after using this for a few weeks I have noticed a big difference in the amount of liter on the bathroom floor.

Sometimes paying more is worth it, and I would say that this is one of those times.
Really gross to step out of the shower all nice and clean and find out that the cats left a trail of liter on the bathroom floor.

Company response to my review: 

Two Meows says:

We are glad you are happy with our litter mat and that you don’t have to step on litter after a shower anymore! Thank you for taking time to provide feedback!
Amazon Product Info:


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Review: I got Chef Christiane’s Brazilian Gourmet Hot Sauce a few days ago and was eager to try it. My husband and I eat hot sauce often. We generally love really hot sauce. However, I love to have milder ones for the times I want to enjoy my food without crying over how hot it is.

I was surprised when I once I opened it and tried it. Over all the sauce is good. However, it was sweeter than what I am use to. It is way milder than the sauces we normally eat. With only a slight kick to it.(WE EAT AROUND 500,000 SCOVILLE)

I like it but the sweetness makes the score lower for me.

Amazon Product Info:

  • This is a unique homemade hot sauce made from an old family recipe. Each bottle is made from a small kitchen by Chef Cristiane Pereira of Taste of Brazil Cafe in Chicago.
  • Medium Hotness with a fresh tomato taste.
  • Made with Malagueta Peppers from Brazil. Tastes great on chips, Mexican Food, sandwiches, eggs, meat, potato, pasta, etc.
  • All natural ingredients – no artificial colors, no artificial flavors, no artificial preservatives, and no artificial ingredients
  • Ingredients: Apple cider vinegar, tomato paste, onions, water, extra virgin olive oil, carrots, malagueta peppers, cane sugar, salt, garlic, and spices.


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