Showing posts from December, 2018

5 Fantastic Ways to Use Savage Scorpions to Increase Revenue in Your Bar

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 which will bring in more business and increase your profits. Here are 5 fantastic ways to use Savage Scorpions to increase revenue in YOUR bar! 1. 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 f

Exotic Drinks From Around the World - How Savage Are They?

When it comes to unique and crazy cocktails , we know all about that. Whether you prefer a margarita, a vodka tonic, or a straight shot, you can instantly take ANY drink to the next level with the addition of  Savage Scorpions ! With crazy cocktails on our mind, we thought it would be fun to see what unique drinks are consumed around the world.  Check out some of these very interesting concoctions below. We may be biased, but after reading a few of these recipes, one of our Savage Scorpions is going to sound a LOT better! They start fairly tame but get outrageous pretty quickly.   Mezcal Mexico Most people are familiar with the tequila worm, but if you’re looking to swallow the worm, you need to purchase a bottle of Mezcal. Like tequila, it is made by distilling the fermented juice of agave plants in Mexico. The worm that you sometimes find in the bottle is actually the larvae of one of two moths that live on the agave plant. The Gunpowder Plot Australia Th

Unique Holiday Traditions That You Might Find Fun... or Even Savage!

Savage Scorpions are meant to add fun and excitement to an otherwise ordinary drink, shot, or food item. Traditional things are great, but adding a little something extra, like our creative cocktail garnish , makes the experience just a bit more savage!  For instance, you probably have holiday traditions that you take part in annually this time of year. You can still enjoy those while adding to them with a new tradition. We've got some savage ideas on that subject below, but first, we thought we'd take a look at some unique holiday traditions from around the world to inspire you.  Spiderweb Tree Decorations Since we are fond of scorpions, finding a tradition involving spiders seemed very intriguing to us. In Ukraine, people decorate their Christmas trees with elaborate spiderweb designs. The tradition stems from folklore about a poor family that grew their own Christmas tree from a pinecone.  The children got very excited about the idea of decorating the tree as it

Savage Cocktail Recipes for Your Holiday Parties

If you're hosting a holiday party where a bar will be present, you'll definitely want to have the basics on hand so that you can make the most commonly ordered drinks. It's always fun to have a few special drinks to serve at your holiday party available also to add something unique to the celebration.  Simply having Savage Scorpions available as a creative cocktail garnish or a savagely unique shot ingredient is one way to get creative with your beverage station. They pair perfectly with any type of alcohol, and as a matter of fact, they're even great for adding that "something extra" to the food you are serving!  Here are a few ideas for some signature cocktails you might want to serve your party guests over the holidays. Just add a Savage Scorpion to the ingredient list of each one and you're all set!  Ginger Bell Cocktail from   2 ounces bourbon 2 sprigs of fresh mint 1/2 lemon, cut into discs 2-inch piece freshly-skinned gi