Bärenjäger Honey Liqueur

Difford's Guide
Discerning Drinkers (1 rating)

alc./vol: 35%

Proof: 70°

Vintage: Non-vintage

Aged: Unaged

Product of: Product of Germany Germany

Bärenjäger is a German honey-flavoured liqueur, said to have been developed in Eastern Prussia during the late 15th century. The name means 'bear hunter' or 'bear trap' and each bottle contains 225 grams of natural honey.

Bärenjäger is sold in a very distinctive bottle with a plastic beehive-shaped cap. (Original bottles came wrapped woven jacket with a bee lapel badge.)

Review and Tasting


Sampled on 06/01/2013

Appearance:

Clear, bronze with burnished bronze glints.

Aroma:

Smells like fortified honey – basically it is.

Taste:

Thick and syrupy but sprity rather than overly sweet. Thick set honey, a touch of vanilla, nutmeg, cocoa powder, clove, honey cake and cigar box.

Aftertaste:

Lingering honey and nutmeg spice. A fabulous liqueur for a winter's night. Great in cocktails.

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Product Information

Barcode UPC: 083089500005
Bottle Size: 700 ml
Closure: Screw / Stelvin cap

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