Jagermeister Shotmeister

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food

In what could be the greatest booze invention known to man, the Jagermeister Shotmeister will dispense an ice cold shot of German perfection right from the comfort of your own home.

Making Jagerbombs has never been so easy. The innovative Shotmeister puts the booze on tap, holding a 1 liter bottle of  Jagermeister, and using advanced cooling technology to serve up shots that are below zero degree temperatures. Simply drop that bad boy right into a glass of beer (or get a nice caffeine kick with a Turbo Jager Bomb by using Red Bull instead), and you’re ready to get the party started. There’s absolutely no assembly required, and those glowing orange LED lights will look badass in any room in the house. The only thing you need to provide is the bottle, but that’s easy. [Purchase]

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