Jagermeister Manifest

May 22, 2018

Category: Vices

For the first time in their more than 80-year history, Jägermeister is releasing a liqueur that looks to shake up its previous reputation as a bombing college-aged shot. It’s called Manifest, and appears to serve as a finer base for both mixing cocktails and sipping neat.

At its core, Manifest is an herbal behemoth with more than 58 herbs roots and flowers packed into its recipe – utilizing a wheat distillate from Northern Germany and spending more than a year aging in oak casks. What results is a full-bodied 38% ABV liqueur boasting notes of fruit, mint, dark chocolate, vanilla, and baking spices. The aging process also softens the spirit a bit, while adding some depth, which could very well make Manifest a big hit at your next cocktail party. Set to retail for $60 in select locations in the US and is housed in a new 1 liter rebranded glass bottle.

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