Jagermeister German Herbal Liqueur Spirit 1 Litre

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Jagermeister, often referred to as 'Jager', is a German liqueur with distinct herbal and spice flavours. Created using the original recipe developed by Curt Mast in 1934, the name Jagermeister can be loosely translated to mean 'gamekeeper' or 'forest supervisor.'

It is more than the clever name and almost unbreakable bottle that makes Jagermeister so exceptional. Audacious and robust, with distinct anise, liquorice and citrus qualities, Jagermeister drinks are a real delight to savour.

Of all the Jagermeister cocktails and incarnations, a favourite is the 'Jagerbomb' - a bit of Jager splashed into a cool glass of Red Bull. Try it for yourself, or experiment with your own Jagermeister concoctions for a taste of unparalleled excellence, and a beverage that is truly one of a kind.

Tasting Note: Strong character with complex and mildly spicy qualities. Ginger, citrus, star anise and herbal elements radiate on the palate. Dark, chocolate-like colouring.

Additional Details

SKU:
10995-NGB-UNIT
Alcohol %:
35
Region:
Germany
Style:
Herbal Liqueur
Varietal:
Liqueur
Size:
1000
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Germany

1 Review

  • 5
    Jagermeister

    Published by Myca R on 26th Jul 2019

    Great drink, warms you up and lifts your mood. Great on its own or mixed with coke.

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