Freeze it, pour it, shake it, stir it – from bringing the heat to kicking it cool, possibilities with Jägermeister are limitless. But while you can easily dial up the sophistication, the king of serves is and will remain the plain, but oh-so-perfect ice cold shot.
Moves Like Jäger 20ml Jägermeister 40ml akvavit 20ml lemon juice 15ml strawberry gastrique 10ml falernum clapped mint Add all the ingredients to a Hollywood Highball. Add crushed ice. Swizzle. Garnish with mint sprig and dehydrated strawberry slice. Recipe by Alex Nikolovski
The Death Flip (THE ORIGINAL RECIPE) 30ml Herradura Blanco Tequila (it was the only easily available 100% agave tequila we could get at the time!) 15ml Jagermeister 15ml Yellow Chartreuse Dash vanilla syrup whole egg Dry shake, shake with ice and fine strain into a coupe. Garnish with freshly grated nutmeg “The ratios haven’t really changed over time, but most people use regular gomme in lieu of vanilla now. I find it lets the base spirits shine a bit more and is obviously easier to source (but the splash of vanilla is pretty damn delicious imho.” Recipe by Chris Hysted-Adams
Frost 30ml Jägermeister 30ml aquavit 20ml creme de menthe 10ml Cynar 7 coffee beans Measure out all of the ingredients into an ice cold mixing glass. Fill mixing glass to the top with ice. Stir down to the proper dilution. Strain and pour over a large hand carved ice block. Recipe by Zack Morgan
The Bartender’s Choice: Jägermeister
Jagermeister is a blend of 56 natural botanicals; these botanicals are made into four distinct macerations, and aged for up to a year in oak.
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