Wine Enthusiast 91 points - 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: Jager is best icy cold.
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A German bitter liqueur that is a complex blend of 56 herbs, fruits and spices. It should be served icy cold to tame its assertive herbal flavor.