Jagermeister Prices

Jagermeister is the mysterious and often misunderstood German alcoholic herbal liqueur. It is made with 56 herbs and spices and is 35% alcohol by volume.

Perhaps best known for the drink Jagerbomb (Jagermaister and Red Bull), it is surrounded by rumors such that it contains deer or elk blood. The good news is that those are all pretty much wrong.

Jagermeister was originally founded in 1935 in Wolfenbuttel, Germany, by Curt Mast, who was an enthusiastic hunter. The name Jagermeister means “Hunting Master” in German. That’s one of the reasons why the deer and elk symbols are found on the labels.

Below are the latest Jagermeister prices.






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Jagermeister Mixed Drinks

Although everyone loves an awesome Jagerbomb, there is a world outside of that for Jagermeister. The following list of mixed drinks all include Jagermeister and allow you to experience the liqueur a little differently than what you’re probably used to.

Jagermeister Herbal Liqueur

  • Black and Blue Buck – 1 ½ oz. Jagermeister herbal liqueur and 5 oz. Mountain Dew Pitch Black soda.
  • Black Blood – 1 oz. Jagermeister herbal liqueur, 2 oz. Blue Curacao liqueur, and 1 oz Squirt citrus soda.
  • Bob Dylan – 4 oz. Jagermeister herbal liqueur, 12 oz. Surge citrus soda, and ice.
  • Chuck Yeager – 1 oz. Jagermeister herbal liqueur and 7 oz. pineapple juice.
  • Dr. Jager – 1 ½ oz. Jagermeister herbal liqueur and 1 ½ oz. Dr. Pepper soda.
  • Fire Engine – 1 part Jagermeister herbal liqueur and 4 parts red soda.
  • Hairy Berry – 1 oz. Jagermeister herbal liqueur, 1 oz. peach schnapps, 1 ½ oz. cranberry juice, and 1 splash 7-Up soda.
  • Jager Vacation – 1 oz. chilled Jagermeister herbal liqueur, 2 oz. pineapple juice, and 2 oz. pina colada mix.
  • Jagerade – 4 oz. Jagermeister herbal liqueur and 8 oz. chilled Gatorade energy drink.
  • Reservoir Dog – 1 part Jagermeister herbal liqueur and 1 part Bailey’s Irish cream.
  • Up All Night – 1 shot Jagermeister herbal liqueur and 1 can Red Bull energy drink.
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