Jagermeister in the Flesh
Jagermeister just sent us some of their finest from a fresh batch. So you know Jagermeister comes in green bottle, tastes like licorice, is the drink of choice for The Hangover's "wolf pack" and can be consumed as a "Bomb," but the story behind the party drink goes way back. Check out the store for all kinds of crazy Jagermeister apparel.
Oh and to clear up any myths you may have had: "Ever hear that the label translates to "Oh Dear God"; the circle around the dear means "oh"...the deer is "dear" and the cross is "god" giving you, "Oh Dear God!"? How about that there is deer blood or opium in the mystery ingredients? FALSE
- Jagermeister is based on a secret recipe of 56 different herbs, blossoms and roots as well as fruits from the most varied countries of the world for example cinnamon-bark from Ceylon, bitter orange skins from Australia, santal from East India, ginger roots from southern Asia and of course, some secret herbs.
The name Jagermeister itself is German for "Master Hunter. In Germany today, there is a position called Jagermeister which is an employee of the district's hunting authorities, responsible for the region's hunting regulations.
All sizes are bottled in the distinctive square green bottle. The packaging has remained unchanged since its introduction in 1935.
The recipe for this herb liqueur has roots going back 500 years, which explains its ancient trademark.