I’ve been waiting for the god of Salsa for quite some time. I hope I haven’t angered him/her, either. Would a brand proclaiming to be god be blasphemous? I dunno. I just want to find some chips. I was caught by the “Dia de los Muertos” skull on the label. Yep, book, cover, you get it. Advertising and flashy shit work on me, clearly.
Again, I was ready for extreme disappointment due to the fact that anything branding as a god of something, should be the very best of that something, right? Fortunately, I was only mildly disappointed.
This is a good medium salsa – on the thinner side of chunky, with a decent amount of heat. Anymore heat and it would be “hot” not “medium”. The mixture of garlic and chipotle is a winner, though. This salsa is good as a basic salsa. It’s not a gourmet salsa, by any means, but the heat does catch up to you after a few bites. Definitely not for those who don’t like spicy.
I really enjoy anything chipotle, so take that for what you will. If you don’t like that smoky chipotle flavor, you’ll want to skip this one.
Salsa God Smoky Garlic Chipotle salsa (God that’s a mouthful) meets my basic requirements for a salsa. There’s no added sugar, there’s hardly any calories, and it has some character. The ingredients are simple as well:
So overall, a decent salsa. I’ll grab it if it’s on sale, but I’m not going to stock it, either.