REVIEW: Fat Cat’s Caribbean Curry

We are on our 5th and last review for Fat Cat Foods. It has been a good set of reviews thus far, and the end of our journey takes us to the Caribbean. This is what it says about this sauce on their website:

This one’s right out of the islands, and it’s our hottest sauce, so watch out, Mon! We’ve taken the Bahamian standard, the yellow habanero, paired it with onions, serranos, Jamaican curry power and more, to create a savory, complex condiment that adds the exotic flavors of the Caribbean to any dish. We love it poured over fried chicken, used as a dip for grilled meat or fish — even over potatoes and in hummus. Yum!

Our review team is once again Ken Alexander, G, & Mer. Before we get to their reviews I would like to thank the good people over at Fat Cat Foods for letting us review their hot sauces. It looks like you have yourselves a solid product line, and I wish you much success in the future. Hopefully we will see you in the near future at a fiery show.

The other 4 reviews:
1- Purry-Purry Sauce
2- Papaya Pequin Passion
3- Surprisingly Mild Guajillo Ghost
4- Mexican-Style Habanero

Ken Alexander

Mer & Friends


Fat Cat Gourmet Foods, LLC
P.O. Box 621526
Orlando, FL 32862
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5 thoughts on “REVIEW: Fat Cat’s Caribbean Curry

  • March 8, 2012 at 9:38 am

    Thanks again for taking the time to review our products with such depth. We really appreciate all the hard work and consideration. And we’re thrilled you’ve enjoyed our sauces (for the most part, right Ken?).

    Many thanks!

    Fat Cat Foods

  • March 8, 2012 at 12:22 pm

    If you follow his reviews, you will note that 3 1/2 flaming hearts is very good review from Ken Alexander…

  • March 8, 2012 at 4:14 pm

    Don’t get me wrong. I totally understand that and don’t mind the bad review at all for that product. As he said in that review, everyone has his/her own tastes, and of all our sauces that’s the one we’ve found that people are most torn about — they either love it or they hate it.

    I’m still very grateful that he went to such lengths to try to find something he liked with it — I find that very commendable — and I’m thrilled that he enjoyed (and that G and Mer did too!) our other 4 sauces.

    Thanks again!


  • March 8, 2012 at 9:05 pm

    Lol…I was just doing my Ken Alexander impression. It’s better in person.

  • March 12, 2012 at 10:33 pm

    FTG, thanks for the kind words, brother! Not a bad impression, since I say that a lot!! hahaha And it shows that we watch each other’s reviews. One day I’ll cook like you!! haha
    Eyal, I appreciated the opportunity to review your sauces. You have an extremely unique line and they were fun to pair, use, and review. The Ghost was by far my favorite! Awesome sauce!

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