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Jägermeister

1.75 L.

OT90WE85+WE91

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Product Details

Type:
Liqueur
Brand:
Jagermeister
Size:
1.75 L.
Vintage:
NV
Item #:
25356
Case:
6 bottles
UPC:
083089660174
Status:
New

Jagermeister  NV / 1.75 L.

Ratings Key:

  • SP Wine Spectator
  • WE Wine Enthusiast
  • VN Vinous
  • RP Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate
  • ST Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar
  • OT Other Review Service
  • Gold Premier Gold - Best Value*
  • Plat Premier Platinum - Our Highest Recommendation
  • * as rated by our staff

Published Reviews

91
91 pts.: October, 2012

Despite its overuse among college students as a get-drunk-quick shooter to cascade down ice luges, this is excellent digestif material for grown-ups too. This ruddy, herbal spirit is dominated by licorice and clove flavors, with a faint, bracingly bitter tinge in the medium-bodied mouth and on the finish. The college crowd got one thing right, though: Jäger is best icy cold.

90
90 pts. : January 25, 1999

Dark amber-brown. Sweet medicinal, spice aromas. Notably sweet and thick on the palate with complex herbs and cinnamon lingering. Quite clean through the finish for all the complex flavors present.

85
85–89 pts.: December 1, 2009

Comes off alluringly herbal and root-like in the opening sniffs after the pour; the rooty earthiness becomes more like a tree bark bitterness following aeration. Palate entry is nicely bitter but with a background, low-key sweetness that balances the bitterness; midpalate is clipped, bittersweet, bark-like and tangy. Recommended.

: September 1, 2008

Cola/chestnut brown. comes off alluringly herbal and root-like in the opening sniffs after the pour; the rooty earthiness becomes more like a tree bark bitterness following the aeration period. Palate entry is nicely bitter but with a background, low-key sweetness that balances the bitterness; midpalate is clipped, bittersweet, bark-like, and tangy.

: September, 2008

Dark amber in color with aromas and flavors of root beer and cola. Smooth and seamless on the palate with a finish of orange peel and sassafras.