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.
Discover our Roots
Root56 - Mix Jägermeister with Ginger Beer
Your Jägermeister Recipe Guide
So we know that Jägermeister can happen to the best of drinks – but which Jägermeister drinks are the best?
Well, it's up to you to decide
Experience Jägermeister's Past
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FIELD DAY PHOTOBLOG
Our brand new Jägerhaus was unearthed for the first time ever at Field Day Festival in Victoria Park, London.
The Jägerhaus is our incredible new venue that’s different to anything you’ve seen at a festival before. Home to ice cold Jägermeister, the Jägerhaus twists and turns as the day turns to night and people were queuing up all weekend to get in!
Over the two days of Field Day, festival goers unearthed the freshest new bands and DJs (and mystery entrances, secret boxes and more) in the Jägerhaus including performances from TOY, Boxed In, Murkage, Telegram, Jolta, Rat Boy, Cheatahs, Formation, Zibra, All Tvvins, Vaults, Kagoule, Tuff Love, Whilk and Misky, Knights and Cut Ribbons.
Stay tuned for videos, interviews and more from Field Day but for now click through the images at the top of this post to re-live the amazing moments from the first ever outing of the Jägerhaus!
If you missed it fear not! The Jägerhaus is coming to Kendal Calling, Boomtown & Bestival. More on that soon...