Jagermeister drink recipes

7 Best Jagermeister Drink Recipes

Jagermeister is a very popular liqueur.  Obviously the best known drink is the Jager Bomb, but how about trying something new and different?  We think these are the 7 best Jagermeister drink recipes.

Jaegermeister drink recipes

Dr. Jager

1 1/2 oz Dr. Pepper

1 1/2 oz Jagermeister

Pour into a cocktail glass filled with ice and stir.

Hairy Berry

1 oz Jagermeister

1 oz peach Schnapps

1 1/2 oz cranberry juice

Splash lemon/lime soda

Add Jager, Schnapps and cranberry juice to a glass filled with ice.  Add a splash of soda and stir.

Chuck Yeager

1 oz Jagermeister

7 oz pineapple juice

Pour ingredients into a glass filled with ice; stir.

Fruity Slut

3/4 oz Jagermeister

3/4 oz peach Schnapps

1 1/2 oz fruit punch

Pour all ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled with ice.  Shake well and pour into a glass; serve over ice.

Jager Tonic

4 oz Jagermeister

Tonic water

Add Jager to a glass filled with ice.  Top off with tonic water.

Jager Vacation

1 oz Jagermeister

2 oz pineapple juice

2 oz pina colada mix

Pour all ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled with ice.  Shake well and pour into a glass.  Serve over ice.

Jagerade

8 oz Gatorade

4 oz Jagermeister

Pour ingredients into glass filled with ice.  Stir.

History

Now that you have made a cocktail, have you ever wondered where Jagermeister came from?  Well, so glad you asked!  Jagermeister was invented in 1934 by Curt Mast.  Since 1918, when he took over his father’s business, he focused on selling and distributing fine wines.

But, hard times fell on the company had he needed to diversify.  Curt decided to create a very special liqueur.  By 1934, he had perfected his recipe.

A total of fifty-six different natural ingredients make up the flavor of Jagermeister.  Today, the recipe remains unchanged from the perfected version of 1934.  It is a closely held company secret, but some of the ingredients are citrus peel, licorice and ginseng.  The mixture is stored in oak barrels for a full year before being bottled.

Translated, Jagermeister means “master hunter” and Curt Mast was an avid hunter.  He dedicated his new liqueur to he fellow hunters.

Go ahead and impress your friends with Jagermeister history while serving one of the 7 best Jagermeister drink recipes.

 

(drinkmixer.com and joe.ie)

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