J. S. RASCH VIN & SPIRITUS
J. S. Rasch wine and colonial trade has been selling the good things in life since 1807. The current ownership goes back 2 generations.
German Herbal Liqueur-Shot
The term Jägermeister was introduced in Germany in 1934 in the new hunting law, as the name for a leading forest user or shooter in public service. When the first Jägermeister came on the market in 1935, the name was already aware of the Germans. It was a Curt mast that was also an enthusiastic hunter who distilled and seasoned the original Jägermeister, and then the design was designed the logo, which shows the head of a Hjort with a glowing Christian cross between its antlers, as a gesture of the hunters’s patron saint of Saint Hubertus . Jägermeister is a so-called Kräuterlör in family with old Danish from Denmark, Unicum from Hungary, and Becherovka from the Czech Republic, but in contrast to these, Jägermeister is far sweeter in the profile. The ingredients include 56 herbs, fruits, roots and spices including citrus shells, licorice, anise, poppy seed, saffron, ginger, juniper, and ginseng. The aromas are extracted in alcohol and water, and then the herb is mature for 12 months on used oakefade. Subsequently, sugar, alcohol and water have been added until the alcohol percentage hit 35% after which the liqueur is filtered and drained on a bottle.