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Boost Your Bar Revenue

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When it comes down to the success of a bar, there are many factors that determine whether the bar will be profitable or not. One of the main focuses for a bar owner is drink and alcohol sales. The number one profit maker in the bar industry is drink sales. Have your drink sales been lacking lately? If so, 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 truly your limit.

Ways to Increase Bar Revenue 
There are many 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. Get New Customers Through the Door
While having existing customers and regulars is important, it’s still extremely important to continuously bring new…

Celebrate National Amaretto Day

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What could be more fun than celebrating a day that is dedicated to a top spirit? Not sure what day that is? No need to worry! Savage Scorpions has all the information you need. Thursday, April 19th, is National Amaretto Day! An entire day is dedicated to this Italian liqueur. If you only remember one thing from this blog it should be that a Savage Scorpion pairs well with Amaretto or any spirit for that matter. Learn more about Amaretto in this week’s blog and check out some fun recipe ideas!
National Amaretto DayIn Italian, Amaretto means “a little bitter” and is usually made from bitter almonds, apricot kernels, or even both. These nuts are then infused in pure brandy or alcohol that results in the strong almond flavor that Amaretto is known for. At the start of the 20th century, Disaronno began producing their amaretto for a large market. It made its appearance in the United States in the late 1940s. When it comes to the actual beginnings of amaretto, there are a few legends that su…

Shot & Shooter Recipes

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While most people prefer to indulge in their favorite mixed cocktail while they are out, shots and shooters are extremely popular among the bar scene. Savage Scorpions don’t just enhance cocktails and beer. They can also make any shot or shooter extraordinary and a crowd pleaser. Savage Scorpions did some research and found these awesome shot and shooter recipes from The Intoxicologist. Check them out below and don’t forget to order your Savage Scorpions! They are sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Buttery NippleIngredients: 1 ounce Butterscotch Schnapps ½ ounce Irish Cream
Directions: Pour Butterscotch Schnapps into the bottom of a shot glass. Carefully layer the Irish Cream on top to float. Irish Car BombIngredients: 1 pint Guinness Beer 1 shot of Irish Cream 1 shot of Irish Whiskey
Directions: Fill a pint glass two-thirds of the way full with Guinness. Fill a double shot glass with the Irish Cream and Whiskey. Drop the shot glass into the Guinness and chug the mixture. Red Headed SlutIngredients: 1 …

Spring Break Cocktails

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Spring break is right around the corner and what better way to celebrate than with some delicious adult beverages? Whether you will be traveling somewhere tropical or you have opted for a staycation, these cocktails are sure to be a hit among you and your friends. If you’re looking to add a little more fun to your spring break, Savage Scorpions can do just that. You can take any cocktail or shot and liven it up with a Savage Scorpion. No need to worry, the scorpions aren’t alive. Check out these perfect spring break cocktails from Food&Wine and don’t forget to order your Savage Scorpions today!

Mai Tai The Mai Tai is a classic rum cocktail that will never go out of style. Nothing says spring break quite like rum and pineapple.
Ingredients: 1 dash Pernod 1 cup cracked ice 1 ½ ounces dark rum (Meyer’s Plantation is a good option) ½ ounce orange curacao Ice cubes ¾ ounce fresh lime juice 1 ounce white rum 2 dashes Angostura bitters Pineapple wedge, cherry, and mint sprig for garnish
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