But now I have a stronger impression — that of the burning back heat of Mi Casita Express's green salsa. I acknowledged the "hot" label at Mi Casita Express's salsa bar. But a little back heat goes with the green salsa territory. Not sure if I just caught it on a good day, but that stuff had legitimate back-end kick.
I finished up a quick lunch with one more chip dipped in the green salsa, followed by a chip dip of guacamole and one last bite of taco. I sipped my Coke, left it on the table and headed for my car. But before I opened my driver's-side soor, I knew I needed to go back to retrieve my beverage. Otherwise my tongue and lips would continue to burn indefinitely.
I'm not complaining, mind you. I'm just impressed. If kick is a major factor in determining great salsa, and I'm assuming it is, then I would have to recommend giving Mi Casita Express's green salsa a taste.