Delivery liqueur Jagermeister clock in Kiev
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Delivery liqueur Jagermeister clock in Kiev

Delivery liqueur Jagermeister

Region:Germany
Style:Bitter
Manufacturer:Jagermeister
Strength:35%
Volume:0.7 l

995 грн

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Tasting notes

Colour

Deep, dark color. Thanks to aging in oak barrels.

Scent

The drink's rich herbal aroma is filled with notes of cinnamon, a clove of ginger, and saffron.

Taste

The taste of the liquor is herbal, tart, yet mild

Gastronomic combinations

The liquor is good to use as a digestif. A large number of cocktails are prepared on its basis.

Interesting Facts

Jägermeister liqueur has been produced since 1935 by Mast- Jägermeister SE, founded in 1878 and based in Wolfenbüttel. The recipe was invented by Kurt Mast, son of the company's founder, in 1934 and was originally created as a medicine to improve digestion. His father was against such antics of his son because the plant was in the business of making vinegar, not mixtures. The name of the drink was given by its creator, Jägermeister - "chief gamekeeper. Kurt Mast was an avid hunter, so the choice of name for the new product was related to his passion. Few people know what the deer on the Jägermeister label means. There is a legend about St. Hubert that is centuries old. Hubert was born in 657 and lived on the shores of Toulouse, in what is now France. His greatest hobby was hunting, but he treated deer hunting irresponsibly and with particular cruelty, greedily pursuing his prey. But one day a huge white deer came out of the deep woods to meet Hubert, a shining cross between its antlers. Hubert was very impressed by what he saw, took it as a sign from God and swore to mend his ways. Since then he gave up hunting and became a missionary to the church. Legend has it that in 705 he was appointed bishop of Tongern, and that around 717 he moved his residence to Liege, Belgium. A cathedral was built there by his decree, and Hubert became famous for his charity. Later the people of the city came to regard him as the city's patron saint. Hubert of Liège died in 727, but to this day he is considered the patron saint of hunters. Many years have passed since the first bottle of Jägermeister was made, but the recipe remains unchanged and is handed down from generation to generation and kept in strict secrecy. It contains more than 56 ingredients of various herbs and roots. There are more than 445 oak barrels in the cellar of the factory. All ingredients are crushed, poured into the barrel and poured into the local spring water and alcohol. Then the maceration process takes place, the alcohol takes the oils and aromas from the ingredients and transfers them to the water, all of which can last for months. Once the mixture has settled, it is filtered and poured into other barrels. The filtered concentrate stays in barrels for another 6 months, after that it is filtered again and diluted with alcohol and water with sugar syrup and caramel. The entire production process takes one year. During this time, the drink undergoes more than 400 quality tests. Jägermeister production is a very complicated process, the slightest mistake leads to rejection of the whole batch. Times change, fashions, manners and music change, but every new generation gives its appreciation to the Jägermeister liqueur which is passing through the years. Order delivery of the Scrap Bar now, don't betray the tradition of Jägermeister devotees. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
русский военный корабль - иди Н@%УЙ!