Showing posts from February, 2018

Spirits That Pair Best With Savage Scorpions

Have you ever wondered what kind of spirits pair best with Savage Scorpions? Well, we are here to tell you that any and all spirits are enhanced with a Savage Scorpion . Whether you like to drink your preferred spirit on the rocks or chilled, or even mixed into your favorite cocktail, a Savage Scorpion makes a great addition. If you’re a bar owner looking for a way to draw in new customers or for ways to increase bar revenue , look no further! We are highlighting the top spirits in bars that can be enhanced with Savage Scorpions. Check them out below and then don’t forget to order your own Savage Scorpions for your bar!  Whiskey There’s no doubt that a Savage Scorpion pairs well with whiskey drinks. Whiskey, which is also known as whisky, is a type of spirit. Whether you like whiskey or not, you may be wondering what the difference is between whiskey and whisky. One thing that separates the two is where it is produced. Whiskey that is produced in the United States or Irelan

Savage Scorpion Spring Cocktail Inspiration

We are officially 32 days away from spring. As the winter weather starts to fade, we can’t help but think about the warm weather, longer days, and spring cocktails. Savage Scorpions pair well with any type of drink. From specialty cocktails, shots, or beer, the options are endless. If you’re wanting to increase your bar revenue or spice up a specialty cocktail, give Savage Scorpions a try! We know you won’t be disappointed. As we get closer to spring, we thought it would be fun to highlight some fun and delicious spring cocktails to incorporate with your Savage Scorpions. Spring Cocktails Spring is the perfect time for lighter cocktails with fresh ingredients. Check out these great recipes from The Spruce .   Tamarind & Tequila Ingredients : 1 ½ ounces blanco tequila 1 ½ ounces tamarind nectar ½ ounce simple syrup Ginger ale Directions: Pour the tequila, nectar, and syrup into a highball glass filled with ice. Stir the mixture really well. Top with gi

Mardi Gras Themed Cocktails

With Mardi Gras just around the corner, Savage Scorpions thought it would be fun to highlight some New Orleans inspired cocktails that would be a great addition to your Mardi Gras celebration. We did some research and found a few great cocktail recipes from All Recipes . You’ll want to make note of these and try them out this upcoming week. Don’t forget to add the Savage Scorpions. They turn a regular cocktail into an extraordinary cocktail. Mardi Gras Cocktail Recipes Hurricane Cocktail This delicious and refreshing cocktail contains two kinds of rum and different fruit juices. With this cocktail, you’ll be ready to handle any storm. Beware, it goes down easy but packs quite a punch. Ingredients: 1-ounce dark rum 1-ounce light rum 1 tablespoon passion fruit flavored syrup 2 tablespoons lime juice 1 cup ice Directions: Combine dark rum, light rum, passion fruit syrup, and lime juice in a cocktail shaker. Add ice, cover and shake until chilled. Strain the m

Best Drinking Games For The Big Game On Sunday

Let’s face it, drinking and football go together hand in hand, kind of like spaghetti and meatballs. No matter what you like to drink, some people take it up a notch with drinking games that are based around the game. Savage Scorpions did a little research to find the best drinking games for this coming Sunday and we think we’ve found them. FANSIDED listed some great drinking games for the Big Game on Sunday and we’ve picked out favorites. Want to make them even more fun? Add in Savage Scorpions to the mix. Super Bowl LII Drinking Game – Shotgun your Bud Light whenever you see or hear “Dilly, Dilly!” Drink every time Al Michaels or Cris Collinsworth mention that Nick Foles is the Eagles backup quarterback. Drink when NBC talks about Gisele Bundchen. Take a sip when Cris Collinsworth mentions DeflateGate more than three years after it happened. If something risqué happens during Justin Timberlake’s halftime performance, shotgun your beer. Our Drinking Ga