How do you drink Jagermeister herbal liqueur?
Take a long drink glass (2qt) and fill up at least halfway with ice; pour in Jager, then squeeze the 1/8th of lime over, and fill up with ginger beer. Give it a quick stir and then finish it off with the cucumber.
Is Jagermeister good for health?
Believe it or not, Jägermeister is actually good for you, when consumed in moderation, as it was originally marketed as a stomach digestive and cough suppressant. Throw in the blueberry and rose hips and you have an extra boost of antioxidants and stomach easing.
What herbs are in Jagermeister?
Jägermeister’s ingredients include 56 herbs, fruits, roots and spices, of which only a handful are known, among them citrus peel, licorice, anise, poppy seeds, saffron, ginger, juniper berries and ginseng.
What was Jagermeister originally used for?
The Missoulian says Jägermeister was originally sold as a digestive and a cough suppressant (which is why it smells like something you take if you have the flu).
Can we drink Jagermeister straight?
Drink it while you’re eating dinner. Jager has a distinctive taste similar to black licorice, so it can be very pungent when ingested straight. If you need some help getting it down, sipping it with food can be a quick solution.