Toast the AFC Championship with Savoy’s Pittsburgh Fever Punch
Yeah, I know there are two teams playing in the game today… but I’m only featuring a drink for one of them because: 1. They are the only team that sent me a cocktail recipe, 2. I was at the game last week at Heinz Field and I’ve never experienced better, more rabid fans, and 3. I’m a Giants and Dolphins fan, so I’m rooting for whoever can keep “Sanchize,” the Jets, and Rex Ryan’s foot out of Dallas. And today, that’s Big Ben and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
This drink was created by former Steeler, Chuck Sanders, the athlete-turned entrepreneur who is now the man behind the curtain at Pennsylvania-based beverage company Fever as well as the soon-to-open Savoy restaurant in Pittsburgh. It features the 100% all natural beverage designed to stimulate the body’s senses, enhance body wellness, and provide feelings of pleasure and euphoria – giving fans the energy to keep waving those Terrible Towels through to the final down.
So mix up a batch, wave your towel and raise your glass to Rex Ryan suffering the agony of da-feet…
Savoy’s Pittsburgh Fever Punch
3 oz Fever Stimulation Beverage (all three flavors, combined)
1 oz Cruzan Mango Rum
1 oz Bacardi 151
Splash of sours
Splash of Sprite
Mix ingredients with ice and garnish with a lime. Wave a Terrible Towel and drink.