Rated 3.7 out of 5Â by 3
Rated 5 out of 5Â by German007 most amazing Herbal liquor
Jaeger is IMHO one of the best herbal liquors one can get outside of Germany. Schierker Feuerstein being the uncontested best there is (only in Germany). I am German, love Licorice and have to laugh about the great marketing that Jaeger did since I left Germany. It used To be and still is in my mind rather medicinal, and meant to be consumed as a digestive, helping one digest heavy 'German style' foods. That's the only way I consume it and it helps reduce any bloated feeling etc. I prefer it straight out of the freezer.
May 17, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Butter Jagermeister
While station in Germany in the 70's, I became familiar with Jagermeister. It always reminded me of cough syrup when I attempted to drink it. Any time I received leave my friends would request me to brink back bottles of Jagermeister with me. It is something I would not drink again but I know a lot of people who do enjoy it.
October 20, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Atalanta Not for eveyone
This is definitely not for everyone. I find it needs to be stored in the freezer, otherwise the taste of the herbal mixture is too overpowering.
However, there are drinks that can be made with it and are surprisingly tasty. Most notably is the Oatmeal Cookie (which my step-sister was stunned by how good it is:
1 part JagermeisterÂ® herbal liqueur
1 part coffee liqueur (ie: KahluaÂ®)
1 part Irish cream (ie: Bailey'sÂ® )
.5 part cinnamon schnapps (ie: GoldschlagerÂ® I haven't used a hot cinnamon so don't suggest it)
Into a shaker or a pint glass filled with ice, mix the ingredients together. Top with milk or half and half. Shake well and pour over ice or just add a straw (latter is preferred).
November 7, 2013