Showing posts from September, 2019

Put Savage Scorpions in Your Bar or Restaurant & Watch Excitement Happen!

Finding  new ways to increase revenue in a bar or restaurant  is a topic constantly on the minds of owners and managers. Serving our  Savage Scorpions  is a creative and unique way to do exactly that. They are perfect for offering a savagely fun shot and they make an excellent garnish for both cocktails and food. If you happen to be in charge of a bar or restaurant, here are 5 excellent reasons why you need to be serving this  unique food and drink ingredient  to your customers.  They're Unique There is a good chance that you will be the only establishment in your neighborhood, and possibly your entire city, that offers Savage Scorpions. They're not your average menu item, and only someplace savagely cool can get away with it! There are a lot of different ways to serve these scorpions though, so even if you're not the only place in town carrying them, you can create a unique signature shot, cocktail, or menu item that can only be enjoyed at your venue.  They'r

Savagely Delicious Cocktails to Welcome Fall

The season of autumn officially "falls" this Monday, September 23, 2019. Your friends at Savage Scorpions have found a few tasty drink recipes for today's blog that will get you in the mood for the season!  Whether you're gathering for tailgating, a bonfire, a hayride, or simply because it's Saturday night, grab the ingredients for these delicious cocktails and get ready to party. Since cinnamon and apples are a popular flavor of the season, you might even want to have a bottle of cinnamon or apple whiskey (or possibly a combo of the two) to serve up for some savagely delicious scorpion shots too!   Harvest Punch  Just hearing the name makes you think fall, and once you get a load of the flavors this punch combines, you'll be ready to put on some flannel and light a bonfire! Apple cider, ginger beer, and vodka create the base with a bottle of prosecco added for a bit of bubbliness. Add to that, apples, oranges, cinnamon sticks, and maybe a few Sav

#HowSavageAreYou - Exotic Drinks From Around the World

When it comes to unique drink ideas , a Savage Scorpions cocktail or scorpion shots are both creative and exciting new experiences for most people. The rest of the world has its fair share of savage cocktails too.  You can easily buy Savage Scorpions online to mix up a few creative drinks of your own and your friends are going to love showing off just how savage they can be. Some of the other beverages below might not be as easy to get a hold of and a couple of them don't sound nearly as tasty as ours. Still, its always fun to learn new things. Check these out.   Lizard Wine In China, the lizard is valued for its medicinal qualities. One of the strongest alcoholic drinks you can get in China is Lizard Wine. A whole lizard is marinated in bottles of rice wine or whiskey from 10 days to an entire year.  Apparently, the more poisonous the reptile, the more potent the drink! According to the story, the glassy-eyed stare of the animal scares away cancer, arthritis, and ulce

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 to your refreshment. 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 as well as some nutritional facts, plus 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 foss