Showing posts from January, 2018

Why You Should Have Savage Scorpions In Your Bar

When it comes down to it, drink sales are the number one profit maker in the bar industry. If your drink sales are lacking, Savage Scorpions is here to help. Incorporating Savage Scorpions into your bar is a great way to help increase your bars revenue and draw new customers in. You can create Savage Scorpion shots , add them to signature drinks, beer, or even create a new cocktail that is unique to your bar. Your creativity is your limit. Ways to Increase Your Bars Revenue There are many different ways you can help increase your bars revenue and to drive sales up. Check out a few ways that you can incorporate Savage Scorpions into your bar to help increase your revenue. Create a signature cocktail It’s not as difficult as it may seem, especially when you have Savage Scorpions as your secret weapon. There are so many different combinations of drinks you can use. You can also take a classic drink and put your own unique twist on it. A good tip is to keep the drink as vi

Kick Off The New Year With These Savage Scorpion Cocktail Pairings

It’s the start of a new year, and if you’re wanting to increase revenue in your bar or restaurant, Savage Scorpions might be what you’re needing to do just that. Whether you are a lakefront restaurant at Lake of the Ozarks or a swanky new bar in downtown San Diego, Savage Scorpions can easily be incorporated into your drink AND food menu. We have a few great drinks, with recipes included, that would go great with a Savage Scorpion. Don’t believe us? Try it out for yourself! They’re not for the faint of heart and they are a great way to spice up shots and cocktails. If you currently have Savage Scorpions in your bar or restaurant, we would love to see your photos! Don’t forget to tag us on social media. Margarita One of the most popular cocktails in North America – we know why! Ingredients: 2 ounces tequila 1-ounce lime juice 1-ounce triple sec Salt – optional How To: Add tequila, lime juice, and triple sec to a shaker filled with ice and shake. Strain into a c

Get To Know Stevie!

In this week's blog, we thought it would be fun to learn a little bit more about the woman behind the Savage Scorpion trend. Having recently celebrated her wedding and honeymoon, we thought it would be a great time to find out more about Stevie. We had a list of different types of questions, both personal and business-related - check out her answers below! Where are you from? Where do you currently reside? I am originally from the central coast of California but recently relocated to the Kansas City area. I have lived all up and down the coast of California, from Southern California to Northern California, and even briefly in Seattle. Definitely a west coaster for my entire life until this last summer when I gave it all up to move here to start my company. How did Savage Scorpions get its start? What was your inspiration? My Uncle Larry Peterman, the owner of Hotlix Inc., had a product which incorporated scorpions into a sucker and several other items that they so

Shots? Margaritas? Beer? Savage Scorpions!

Whether it’s Sunday Funday, Margarita Monday, Taco Tuesday , Wine Wenesday, Thirsty Thursday , or so on, one thing we do know is that you can make any day more enjoyable with a Savage Scorpion Shot . Maybe you’re not a shot person, that’s okay! Savage Scorpions are extremely universal and can also be used in signature drinks (or any drink for that matter) or even in food dishes! Your creativity is your limit. This week we wanted to share a few of our favorite ways that we like to use Savage Scorpions. Check them out below and then let us know your favorite ways in the comments! SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS Tequila shots that is. One of the most popular ways to use Savage Scorpions is with a tequila shot. Whether you like salt or no salt, lime or no lime, one thing we can usually agree on is that tequila and a Savage Scorpion go hand in hand. It doesn’t matter which tequila you use either. Whether you like top shelf brands or the most basic type, you can spice up any shot with a scorp