How to Store Jagermeister

Jagermeister is best served very cold. Bars will sometimes serve Jagermeister through a special tap machine that cools the Jagermeister to 0 degrees Fahrenheit in a matter of seconds, according to the Jagermeister website. The licorice taste of Jagermeister makes it an ideal ice-cold shot on a hot day. Alternatively, Jagermeister can be mixed with other liquors and drinks to produce delicious alcoholic beverages.

Things You'll Need

  • Jagermeister
  • Freezer
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Instructions

    • 1

      Place the bottle of Jagermeister in the freezer. Jagermeister will not freeze due to the alcohol content. Keep it in the freezer until ready to use. You can set the freezer to high to ensure the Jagermeister is as cold as the recommended temperature, but storing it in the freezer at your normal setting will suffice.

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      Store it in a cool, dark place. Alternately, you can store the Jagermeister outside of the freezer until a few hours before use. Some even prefer to drink Jagermeister warm. Storing warm and freezing before use will not harm the Jagermeister.

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      Store in the refrigerator. You can also store Jagermeister in the refrigerator. Serve cool directly from the fridge, or place in the freezer ahead of time to cool even more before serving. Try the different methods and temperatures to determine what temperature you most enjoy Jagermeister.

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