Easy Jagermeister Drink

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If you need a quick and easy Jagermeister drink you’ll want to try this! This Jagermeister mixed drink is made with just two ingredients and has a refreshing taste. It’s easy to sip and perfect for anyone who loves this german digestif.

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Jagermeister Drink

Jagermeister is a German digestif that was initially inspired by German hunters, including the story of Saint Hubertus. The name translates to master hunter or master of the hunt. The black bottle has a red label with a deer on the front. 

How to Make this Easy Jagermeister Drink

Jagermeister mixed drinks are easy to make and you usually only need a few ingredients. Here’s how:

Full recipe in recipe card below.

Jagermeister and Root Beer


You’ll need a cocktail jigger and a tall glass to make this cocktail.

Jagermeister – A bontonical digestif.

Root Beer – A soft drink make from the root bark of the sassafras tree.

pouring Jagermeister into a glass filled with ice


  • Fill a tall glass with ice and pour in the Jagermeister and root beer.
  • Serve with a lime slice.

What is Root Beer?

Root beer is a soft drink or soda that is made from filtered water, sugar, and sassafras extract as well as other ingredients. The Sarsaparilla root gives it a distinct flavor, unlike any other soft drink. 

You can use sugar-free root beer in this recipe if you want to keep the sugar and calories low.

When to Serve this Jagermeister Drink

This is a great drink to serve for many occasions, here are a few of our favorite:

Game Day – Pair this drink with some of our game day appetizers.

Birthday Party – This would be the perfect drink for a birthday party.

Father’s Day – Men tend to really enjoy Jagermeister so this is an easy drink to serve for a Father’s Day BBQ.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does Jagermeister taste like?

The Jagermeister taste has strong anise and licorice notes. It has a syrup consistency and is often compared to Italian Amari and other Eastern European liqueurs. It is both sweet and bitter, making it a popular drink to consume in different ways and at different times

Jagermeister mixed drink

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Jagermeister mixed drink

Jagermeister Drink 

If you need a quick and easy Jagermeister drink you'll want to try this! This Jagermeister mixed drink is made with just two ingredients and has a refreshing taste. It's easy to sip and perfect for anyone who loves this german digestif.
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Course: Cocktail
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 2 minutes
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Total Time: 2 minutes
Servings: 1 Drink
Calories: 201kcal
Author: Eden


  • 2 ounces Jagermeister
  • 6 ounces Root Beer


  • Fill a tall glass with ice.
  • Add in the Jagermeister and root beer.
    pouring Jagermeister into a glass filled with ice
  • Garnish with a lime wedge.
    Jagermeister mixed drink


Use more or less Jagermeister depending on how strong you like your cocktail.
Use sugar free root beer for a lower calorie cocktail.


Calories: 201kcal | Carbohydrates: 18g | Sodium: 23mg | Potassium: 3mg | Sugar: 18g | Calcium: 9mg | Iron: 1mg
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