True or False? Does Jagermeister Actually Contain Deer’s Blood?

Okay…no…but you’d be surprised how many people are posing that question on the internet.

A little background on everyone’s favorite shot:  Jagermeister.

Translated literally, Jagermeister means Hunt Master or Game Keeper.  Introduced in Germany in 1934, it is speculated that it is a blend of 56 different herbs and spices.  In parts of lower Germany, it is often referred to as Leberkleister or “liver glue”. (Probably due to it’s healing and restorative properties).

Jagermeister was first exported to the United States in 1970.  The end of the dark ages…

Come carefully and professionally explore the rich history of Jagermeister at:

PEDRO’S INN 2011 JAGER-BASH
FRIDAY, AUGUST 26TH, 7PM TO LATE

$5 SHOTS    $8 JAGER BOMBS
GIVEAWAYS ALL NIGHT LONG…SHIRTS, HATS, NECKLACES AND MORE!

Pedro’s Inn…where the Jager Bell never stops ringing.




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  • Just discovered your blog – nice work and great writing style. I have added a link to your blog from my site at PictureBelize.

    AJ

  • Me

    Thx AJ. Nice of you to say. I lovey our pictures too!

  • Hunt Master? As in hunt for a toilet because I am about to projectile vomit for all the Jager? I am pretty sure the last time I had a shot of Jager WAS with YOU at Pedro’s. I was so young and innocent then…