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Jägermeister - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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** Jägermeister **

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Jägermeister
Jägermeister 50cl.jpg
Type Digestif
Manufacturer Mast-Jägermeister SE
Country of origin Wolfenbüttel, Lower Saxony, Germany
Introduced 1935
Alcohol by volume 35%
Proof 70
Color Dark brown

*Jägermeister* (/ˈjeɪɡərmaɪstər/
/*YAY*-gər-my-stər/, German: [ˈjɛːɡɐˌmaɪstɐ])
is a German 70-proof (35% abv) digestif^[1] made with 56 herbs and spices.
It is the flagship product of Mast-Jägermeister SE, headquartered in
Wolfenbüttel, south of Braunschweig, Lower Saxony, Germany.

*Contents*

· 1 History
· 2 Composition
· 3 Cocktails
· 4 Label
· 5 Sponsorships

· 5.1 Sports
· 5.2 Music

· 6 See also
· 7 References
· 8 External links

*History[edit]*

Curt Mast, the original distiller of Jägermeister, was an enthusiastic
hunter.^[2] Translated literally, /Jägermeister/ means "hunting-master",
combining /Jäger/ (hunter) and /Meister/ (master, in the sense of an
accomplished professional). A possible free translation might be gamekeeper
or game warden.

The term /Jägermeister/ has existed as a job title for many centuries.
It was redefined in 1934 in the new /Reichsjagdgesetz/ (Imperial Hunting
Law). The term was applied to senior foresters and gamekeepers in the
German civil service, and Hermann Göring was appointed
/Reichsjägermeister/ (Imperial Gamekeeper). Thus, when Jägermeister
was introduced in 1935, its name was already familiar to Germans — it
was sometimes called "Göring-Schnaps."

In Germany, it may be humorously referred to as /Leberkleister/
(“liver glue”). The humor plays upon the fact that
/Leberkleister/ rhymes with /Jägermeister/. A satirical advertisement
which mocks Jägermeister as /Leberkleister/ appeared on the back cover
of issue number 70 of the German edition of /Mad/ magazine in February,
1975, under the rubric "Advertisements we'd like to see".^[3]

In 2012, Jägermeister launched premixed drinks as a brand extension. The
drinks come in two flavours, "raw"


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J%C3%A4germeister

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