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About the product
Jagermeister is a German digestif made with 56 herbs and spices. Developed in 1934 by Wilhelm and Curt Mast, it has an alcohol by volume of 35%. The recipe has not changed since its creation and continues to be served in its signature green glass bottle. It is the flagship product of Mast-Jägermeister SE headquartered in Wolfenbüttel, Germany.
Jagermeister is not a whiskey but a digestif herbal liqueur. It has a low alcohol content and is usually consumed after a meal as a digestion aid. Based on Men’s Journal, Jagermeister is known for its complicated 56 ingredients and strong flavor. Jagermeister has been around since 1934, and its name is German for “master hunter. ”.
Jägermeister is on the strong end of the scale among liqueurs, according to Alcohol Content Database. Baileys Irish Cream is 17% ABV, and Amaretto is 28%. Italian anise-flavored liqueur Sambuca and orangey Cointreau are a little stronger, at 40%.