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This three equal part cocktail makes for a perfect aperitivo.
With a whole egg, a shot of tequila, Jägermeister and Chartreuse, this is both a Death Flip and perhaps your last meal, for a while at least. Challenging
Cognac-laced, zesty and bittersweet. Delicious as a late-night after-dinner digestive.
Most unusual and interesting. Recognisably a Daiquiri but with creamy mouth-feel and great depth of flavour.
Liquorice, chocolate, black tea and citrus. Equally as good enjoyed as an aperitif or digestive.
A lightly spicy Negroni perfectly suited to the after-dinner digestive moment. If it doesn't aid your digestion it will aid your sleep.
Rewarding, chocolaty and boozy with complex herbal and fruity notes.
Herbal pineapple and spice with hints of Tiki.
Cognac-laced and herbal with hints of liquorice, Pied-à-terre (which translates from French to mean 'foot on the ground') makes for a great after-dinner
Easy drinking and neither bitter or too sweet, it's hard not to like this rich herbal fruity cocktail.
Boozy and stirred down. Cognac fortifies and combines harmoniously with Jägermeister's bittersweet herbal and spicy notes. Rich lavender enhances and
A dry, lightly bitter, aperitif cocktail highlighting the bready notes in genever and the bright zesty freshness of Mandarine Napoleon. Jägermeister adds
Beautifully balanced with complex herbal, berry, pineapple and citrus flavours.
Boozy and floral with a hint of sweetness to smooth and harmonise, this after-dinner cocktail, originally served straight-up in a coupe (as presented here)
Jägermeister spice and rich cassis combine wonderfully in this after-dinner sipper, with subtle black liquorice and aniseed.
Dry and spirit-forward, as an old-fashioned should be, with hints of liquorice. It's dry, even with the 2.5ml of sugar I've added to Jason's original recipe,
Not for the faint-hearted.
A surprisingly workable combination.
This riff on a Jägerbomb leaves the 'Dark Lord' sitting in 'Ciderspace'.
We’ve used more Jägermeister in this drink then is suggested by the brand itself as we feel the drink benefits from more of the liqueur’s herbal rootiness
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