Jägermeister Liqueur | 70cl
Produced in the town of Wolfenbüttel, Germany, Jägermeister is derived from 56 herbs, spices, fruits and roots from across the world the aged in enormous oak barrels. The traditional way to enjoy the dense liqueur is chilled in the freezer and then drunk from a shot glass.
Alcohol 35% Volume.
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