Flyboy’s Salsa review

Why should you order salsa online?

You can easily go to any grocery store and pick up Pace, or Tostidos, or even Chi-Chi’s… the list goes on and on. But what you end up with is a “grocery store salsa”. Mass produced with flavors and tastes that are bland and generic.

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Why should you order salsa online?

Because you get a better salsa that is usually hand-crafted or is a small batch product. Especially the salsas that we review here on HotSauceDaily.

Enter Flyboy’s Salsa…

Flyboy’s Salsa

Flyboy’s Salsa out of Arlington, Texas, is the brainchild of Sean Ray and Ryan Renz. They both have ties to the airline industry, hence the name Flyboy’s Salsa.

The labels each feature a cartoon image of a WWII Fighter Plane, complete with angry eyes and jagged teeth. Just ready to eat and overtake the enemy’s planes.

Each heat level of Flyboy’s Salsa sports 2, 4, and 6 bombs in silhouette to indicate the heat level.

Their Mild, Medium and Hot salsas all have garlic, jalapeño and serrano chile peppers as base ingredients.

I can’t stress enough how much the garlic plays into these flavors.

I. Love. Garlic. Salsas.

And if you do too, all three of the Flyboy’s Salsas will make you happy.

Flyboy’s Salsa Mild

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Ingredients: tomatoes, garlic, onions, cider vinegar, cilantro, jalapeño peppers, salt, water, red wine vinegar, serrano peppers, natural flavor. Contains sulfites.

Heat Level: Rated 1 out of 5 Stars

Fresh taste with garlic way up front. Very mild heat from the jalapeños, sweetness from the red wine vinegar, and a nice tingle from the serrano peppers. Versatile.

Flyboy’s Salsa Medium

Medium Salsa

Medium Salsa

Ingredients: tomatoes, garlic, onions, cider vinegar, cilantro, jalapeño peppers, salt, serrano peppers, water, red wine vinegar, natural flavor. Contains sulfites.

Heat Level: Rated 1.5 out of 5 Stars

The jump from Mild to Medium is not a big leap. While the Mild has that little tingle from the serranos, the Medium kicks that flavor up a notch or so. The garlic really starts to come center stage here too.

I could eat this salsa everyday.

Even the mild has it’s heat, and the Medium kicks that up a notch and a half.

First is the big garlic hit… a little fresh green jalapeño flavor, followed by the sting of the serrano peppers. Hidden underneath is a sweetness from the red wine vinegar. Everyday use.

Flyboy’s Salsa Hot

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Hot Flyboys’s

Ingredients: tomatoes, garlic, onions, cider vinegar, cilantro, serrano peppers, jalapeño peppers, salt, water, red wine vinegar, natural flavor. Contains sulfites.

Heat Level: Rated 3 out of 5 Stars

The jump from Medium to Hot is a bigger deal… 2 notches at least.

Still presenting and capitalizing on the fresh garlic “bang”, Flyboy’s Hot is a whole new creature. Funny, since the ingredient list is still basically the same, only rearranged.

The most flavorful of the trio, Flyboy’s Hot brings on big flavors, big garlic, and big heat – well, as big as a serrano/jalapeno combo can get. Deliciously Hot.

Overall Rating:

Overall Rating: Rated 4 out of 5 Stars – For great taste and quality, and for superb graphics, labels and artwork, Flyboy’s is a class act, and is worthy of your dollars! Tell them HotSauceDaily sent you.

Social Media: Flyboy’s Salsa can be found on Twitter and on Facebook as Flyboysalsa.

Where to buy? Purchase FlyBoysSalsa here: FlyBoysSalsa.com.

Listen in as Brian and Sean Ray talk about Flyboy’s Salsa:

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Comments

  1. Thank you Brian and Marilyn for your time and consideration to give an independent review of Flyboy’ Salsa. We truly appreciate your great work in giving the best reviews in the hot food business.

    Your both a blessing to help us build our business and market the Flyboy’s Salsa brand.

    • Hey Sean it was our pleasure. You guys really have a great product!

      From concept to taste to packaging you guys nailed it.

      We held off on a top rating for the small size jars. We think your salsa should be in pints (16oz).

      Just sayin’. :) We wish you continued success!

      ~Brian and Marilyn

  2. travis says:

    Boom, hope its good. I just bought some

  3. I want to try this with our quick and dirty TexMex rice. We use grocery store picante sauce now and it’s good, I can only imagine it with this gourmet version!

    • Travis we have had several customers use our salsa for just your purpose. Add Flyboy’s salsa and rice and you have instant Spanish (Tex-Mex) rice.

      Let us know what you think and thank you for supporting HotSauceDaily and us too!
      Sean Ray

      • Sean, I think you meant to suggest the Tex-Mex rice recipe to Chris of NibbleMeThis.com

        BTW, he would be a great source for a posted recipe using your salsas! Check out his site.

      • Sean Ray says:

        Thank you Brian, I did intend the message for Chris, but hope Travis likes it too :) thank you all for the support.

  4. Travis says:

    My wife thinks I order too many hot sauces or salsa’s over the internet based on these reviews at hotsaucedaily. But with this one she didn’t lecture, told me it was good and that we would order again.

  5. Awesome new Travis! Were glad we could help and get a salsa that your wife likes too, and hopefully this will help her continue trying others you order as well.
    Thank you for your support Travis.
    Sean Ray

  6. QUESTION:

    I had your burritos with the green sauce, and that sauce was mu ultimate favorite.
    I moved to the East Coast about 20 years ago and haven’t had access to that green sauce since. Do you still make it, and is it for sale here?
    Maverick

    • @Maverick – I’m not sure what you mean by “I had your burritos with the green sauce…”, but if you’re trying to get up with Flyboy’s, visit their website and place an order. http://www.flyboyssalsa.com/

      At this time, I don’t think they make a salsa verde, or “green sauce”. Thanks for the Comment!

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