Showing posts from July, 2018

Fresh Fruit Cocktail Ideas (with a Side of Savage Scorpions!)

The upcoming month of August is National Peach Month, which got us thinking about how incredible our edible scorpions would taste paired with cocktails containing fresh fruits. Summertime is the perfect time to mix up a deliciously refreshing fruity drink, drop in a Savage Scorpion , and soak up some sun. Here are three cocktail recipes that we think you might enjoy.  Carolina Peach Sangria from This delicious peach sangria also incorporates fresh raspberries into the recipe. They note that you should be sure to use rosé wine, not white Zinfandel.  1 (750 ml) bottle of rosé wine  1/2 cup peach nectar 3/4 cup vodka (Peach-flavored vodka may be substituted. In that case, omit the peach nectar.) 6 tablespoons thawed frozen lemonade concentrate 2 tablespoons sugar 1 pound ripe peaches, peeled and sliced 1 (6-oz.) package fresh raspberries (or 1 cup frozen raspberries) 2 cups club soda, chilled 1. Combine first 5 ingredients in a pitcher; stir until sugar

5 Great Ideas to Increase Bar Revenue with Savage Scorpions

If you are a bar owner, you are most likely always on the lookout for the next exciting thing that will bring more customers to your bar and keep the existing ones coming back again and again. Savage Scorpions are a fun way to do just that! They can draw additional attention to your establishment, bring in more business, and therefore increase your profits.  Presentation It is said that people drink first with their eyes, meaning that if they are trying to choose something to drink and it looks appealing, they are more likely to want to give it a try. An edible scorpion drink garnish will definitely catch a person's eye! If you make the drink look attractive and unique, even the people that always have their "usual" will be tempted to try it at least once.   In addition to making the drink look tempting, show it off in posters, table tents, and even your ads. This puts it in front of customers right away, sometimes even before they enter your bar. You could als

There Are LOTS of Ways to Enjoy a Savage Scorpion

Do you know what the very best drink is to pair with one of our Savage Scorpions ? No? We don't either! That's because our unique cocktail garnish is great with so many different drinks, as well as a wide variety of foods, that it's just too difficult to decide on a favorite. You can do a LOT more with Savage Scorpions that just simply dropping them into a shot (although that's a great idea too!)  Shots with a Surprise Okay, we'll start our list of fantastic ways to enjoy Savage Scorpions with the most obvious - in a shot. It really doesn't matter what type of shot it is or what kind of alcohol is in it, because these tasty little treats are awesome paired with all of them! This way, they can go down quickly for anyone that is a little apprehensive about trying one, and it makes the simple and quick action of shooting a shot a lot more interesting.  In a Signature Cocktail Any type of cocktail that includes a scorpion in the list of ingredients is sure

20 Fun Facts About the Mysterious & Intriguing Scorpion

We talk a lot about all of the fun you can have with our unique and exciting drink garnish , as well as the different ways that you can incorporate them into your cocktails to add some entertainment. Today, however, we decided to take a closer look at the Savage Scorpions themselves.  The scorpion is a very interesting creature, but unless you have a reason to learn about them, probably a bit mysterious to the average person. Keep reading below to learn some fun facts about this intriguing animal, a few nutritional facts, and more about how you can get a few Savage Scorpions in your own life.  FUN FACTS Insects or spiders? - Scorpions are not insects but rather classified as Arachnida, making them a distant cousin to spiders. They have 8 legs and 2 body segments, while insects have 6 legs and 3 body segments.   They've been around a while. - Scorpions are the oldest arachnids for which fossils are known. They were the first arachnid fossils to be found in the Paleozo