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Draw More Customers To Your Bar With Savage Scorpions (It's So Easy!)

If you have been looking for some creative ways to bring more customers into your bar or restaurant , we've got a very simple solution for you - Savage Scorpions ! They don't take up a lot of space, they are easy to order, there are all kinds of different and exciting ways to offer them, and best of all, they will get people talking about your place!  Here are a few examples of why you should add our unique drink ingredient to the menu at your bar or restaurant.  They Are Fun, Exciting, and Unique When you ask someone if they have ever eaten (or drank) a scorpion, more than likely their answer will be no. It's not something you see offered in many places.  When you add Savage Scorpions to the menu, you're giving your customers the chance for an extremely unique experience they probably cannot get anywhere else nearby. If they want to be able to tell their friends that they " shot the scorpion, " they'll have to come to your place to do that. Using Savage

Tell Us - How You Drink Your Savage Scorpions?

When it comes to enjoying  Savage Scorpions , the possibilities are endless. The only limit is your own imagination. Once our unique drink ingredient arrives, there are quite a few ways that you can incorporate them into your favorite liquor and, as a matter of fact, they make an excellent gourmet food ingredient too. If our edible scorpions are new to you, you may be stumped about exactly how to get started. T o get you going, h ere are few things to consider.  To Chew or Not To Chew? The most popular way to enjoy Savage Scorpions is in a shot glass along with your favorite liquor. They pair perfectly with any type of alcohol, so no matter what your shooter of choice may be, it will be made that much more exciting when you drop one of our tasty little creatures into the glass. So, do you chew the scorpion or not? This is a debate among many taking a scorpion shot . One way to do it is to drink the entire contents of the glass in one big gulp, letting the scorpion slide down your thr

Savagely Delicious Drinks for Tailgating Refreshment

Football season is in full swing which means it's time to come up with some enticing tailgating ideas for an unforgettable pre-game party. Simply adding Savage Scorpions to any drink or shot is an easy way to create a memorable moment that will have people talking! If you're on the lookout for a few new drink ideas to serve along with our edible scorpions , here are some that any football fan should love. Grilled Sangria If you're tailgating, you're probably near a BBQ grill. That will make it easy to prepare the fruit for this creative cocktail we found at It's perfect for a big group because this drink is mixed up in a big batch. The grilled fruit gives the drink a bit of a smoky flavor that a Savage Scorpion will seem right at home in.  Get the full recipe here . photo from The Bromosa We've seen recipes similar to this referred to as "Beergaritas" but the name of this drink from is perfect

How Many Ways Can You Get Savage With Savage Scorpions? (We're Still Counting...)

When it comes to "getting savage" with Savage Scorpions , the possibilities are endless! The only limit is your own imagination, but if you're ever stumped for ideas on how to use our creative drink ingredient , we're always here to inspire you.  We don't have room in this blog to list every single way that our edible scorpions can take your night from ordinary to extraordinary that we've discovered so far. We have, however, listed a few ideas to get your own savagely creative juices flowing.  Shoot The Scorpion Starting out with a scorpion shot is simple, quick, and a great introductory way to enjoy Savage Scorpions. They pair perfectly with any and every alcohol so no matter what your preferred shot is, these tasty treats will fit right in! Pour a shot, drop a Savage Scorpion inside, and then all that's left to do is decide whether you'll swallow it whole or chew it first when you shoot it. #HowSavageAreYou ? Mix the Scorpion In Signa