Jägermeister (YAY-gər-my-stər) is a German word that directly translates to "Hunt Master". The drink was originally enjoyed by hunters during celebrations.
4 interesting things you probably didn't know about Jägermeister
If you've been out on a fun night in Nairobi, then you're not new to Jägermeister. But did you know that the drink has a very interesting history?
In case you've never had a chance to inspect the Jägermeister bottle, its logo is a golden stag (male deer), on a field of green with a white cross shinning down. This logo is symbolic.
1. A little bit of Jägermeister history
The striking logo is a nod to Saint Hubertus, the patron saint of hunters, metalworkers, opticians, and mathematicians.
It is said that when St Hubert received his calling, it was a Good Friday and he was out on a hunting expedition when he saw a deer with a crucifix between its antlers. This encounter is what is depicted on the Jägermeister logo.
2. It is actually an herbal liqueur
A second interesting fact about the drink is that it is actually made of 56 selected herbs, blossoms, roots and fruits. It is entirely an herbal drink
3. A shot of Jägermeister is best enjoyed ice-cold
The recommended way to enjoy a shot of Jägermeister is when it's ice cold, straight from the freezer, and at the precise temperature of -18°C.
In addition, the drink works well in cocktails whether it's a fruity combo or an expert pairing with other liquors, and even as the famous Jäger bomb.
4. Jägermeister is all about nightlife!
The makers of Jägermeister have brought the Night Embassy Global Platform to Nairobi under the theme NAIRADA - where the essence of Nairobi meets the relentless pursuit of creativity.
This November, Night Embassy Ambassadors will showcase the unique features that drive Nairobi's nightlife culture and how it is evolving in terms of music, dance and fashion.
Dance ambassadors held showcases at Kiza Lounge on November 7, and November 9. The dance ambassadors include Davillah Skinnor, Annita Shakiz, Charles Wiglly, Earl Mvera, Ashley Obai and Kelvin Lore.
Music ambassadors DJ Mura and Hiribae are up next with showcases set for November 17 & November 18 at Bao Box and the Nairobi Street Kitchen respectively.
On November 22 and 25 fashion ambassador, Muyishime will showcase at Bao Box, and at the Wilson Hangar.
A finale event will be held on December 2, 2023 where the ambassadors as well as other industry leaders will gather to unveil forward-thinking artists and creations that reveal Nairobi's true identity and uniqueness. The event will be open to the public.
The Night Embassy concept has journeyed to various cities worldwide, including Tokyo, London, Bogota, and Johannesburg and the stop in Nairobi will mark its 7th destination and global city after its launch in Berlin in 2019.
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