Showing posts from June, 2020

Savagely Awesome Ideas for an Unforgettable 4th of July Party

Independence Day falls on a Saturday this year. That means it is timed perfectly in 2020 for a weekend celebration! Savage Scorpions has gathered a few awesome 4th of July party ideas  in today's blog so you can throw a bash that you and your friends will be talking about for years to come. If you happen to be a bar owner and will be working over the 4th of July weekend, you may want to bring a few of these ideas into your venue. Backyard Bash 4th of July and backyard BBQs go hand in hand. Some burgers and brats, a few coolers of ice-cold beverages, and a few sparklers are a great start. For a memorable event, though, you'll want to add a couple of signature drinks to really "wow" your guests. Serving Savage Scorpion cocktails and shots always creates a one-of-a-kind night! Here are a couple of drink ideas that pair nicely with BBQ that you can easily drop our creative drink garnish into.  White Wine Berry Sangria from This festive sangri

Savagely Refreshing Drink Ideas to Celebrate the Arrival of Summer

Summer 2020 begins on Saturday, June 20, and Savage Scorpions wants to help you prepare for this wonderful season by sharing a few summer cocktail ideas that will keep you cool and refreshed. If you really want to impress people with your mixology skills, turn these creative cocktails into your very own signature drink recipes  by simply adding one bonus ingredient - a Savage Scorpion!  Savage Scorpions pair perfectly with any type of drink or shot and can even be used very impressively as a creative cocktail garnish , masterfully perched atop an array of fruity bits. Here are a few yummy ideas for drinks to pop your Savage Scorpions into. Watermelon-Tequila Cocktails from A great big, cold bite of watermelon is always welcome on a summer day and margaritas are a perfect cocktail to sip poolside, soaking up some of that summertime sun. Here we have a recipe that brings these two things together beautifully and even adds fresh blueberries to the mix for both

5 Tips for Creating a Bar Menu Customers Will LOVE!

Customers have lots of choices when it comes to picking a bar or restaurant. One excellent way to set yourself apart from the rest and grab the attention of possible patrons is to build a creative and unique drink menu .  Instead of offering just the same drinks that everyone else does, add some excitement with signature drinks and shots that no other place can offer.  Savage Scorpions can help with that in a couple of different ways. First, as a gourmet ingredient for some of those menu items! Secondly, with the following tips for building a bar menu that will get some well-deserved customer attention.  Be Original A fully stocked bar can easily offer "the usuals," but the best bars also come up with signature cocktails of their very own. "Secret" recipes are one way to make sure your competition won't have the same drink on their menu too. Another way to create a unique beverage is to have ingredients on-hand that the other bars don't. For instance

Celebrate National Candy Month With Candy-Inspired Cocktails!

The month of June is labeled as many things, one of which includes National Candy Month. Savage Scorpions decided this was an excellent time to enjoy a few cocktails inspired by, infused with, and containing candy!  When you add our unique drink ingredient or turn one of these shooters into scorpion shots , then you get the best of both flavorful worlds! The rich sweetness of the candy ingredients plus the crunchy pop of the Savage Scorpion! Sort of like sugar and "spice,"... isn't that nice?  Cotton Candy Cocktail from This cocktail is incredibly easy to make and the presentation is every bit as impressive as the drink itself! All it takes is some beautifully colored cotton candy, a shot of marshmallow-flavored vodka, and some sparkling water. (Plain vodka might work just as well or a vanilla-flavored vodka. Experiment with it!)  The cotton candy is placed in the glass first and it dissolves in the most fantastic way when the liquid is poured