The origins of Jägermeister can be traced back over 80 years to the small town of Wolfenbüttel, Germany. Since production began here, ginger root has been a key ingredient in our complex blend of 56 herbs and spices. Which is, of course, why Jägermeister goes so naturally with ginger beer - especially served with ice, lime and cucumber. We call it a Root56. A celebration of our deepest bonds, and a worthy accompaniment to yours.
With its unmistakable flavor and warming character, Jägermeister is one of the world’s best-loved drinks, bringing people together wherever it is enjoyed.
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Root56 - Mix Jägermeister with Ginger Beer
Your Jägermeister Recipe Guide
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JÄGERMEISTER COMPLETES WORLD FIRST MUSIC GIG ON AIR, SEA & LAND
Jägermeister accomplished a world first by producing a thrilling continuous gig on air, sea and land, featuring Matt Tuck – lead singer of JägerMusic roster band Bullet for My Valentine. WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW!
The adrenalin-filled gig, which marked the fifth and most extreme chapter in our Ice Cold Gig series, took place amidst (and above) the Lyngsfjord region, near Tromsø, in the stunning setting of North Norway, 192 miles north of the Arctic Circle.
Matt and his unsuspecting audience of three loyal friends - completely oblivious to the adventure ahead until arriving at the dropzone - ascended to 15,000 feet above the stunning Lyngsfjord in a helicopter. Matt’s canopy opened at 7000 feet, where he grabbed his guitar playing the first song of the gig, ‘The Last Fight’.
Stage two of the Ice Cold Gig saw Matt and his mates whisked across the tranquil Lyngsfjord they had plummeted towards moments before, in a speed boat. With wind chill factored in at -20, Matt then sang and played guitar to perform ‘You Want A Battle? Here’s A War'.
When the quartet were back on land, they were led by Siberian huskies through the glistening Norwegian snow with Matt playing his 2010 classic ‘Bittersweet Memories’. Ushering his crew back to a traditional Norwegian Sami camp, the friends gathered alongside enthusiastic locals (including a couple of reindeer) – and, toasting to friendship and a world’s first in music, air, sea and land, celebrated with a well-deserved ice cold shot of Jägermeister.
Watch the video below!