Combining Jägermeister liquor’s 56 herbs, blossoms, roots and fruits with the flavors of Arabica coffee and cacao, the new Jägermeister Cold Brew Coffee liqueur contains 33% alcohol by volume and is geared toward shot lovers, coffee enthusiasts and, well, Jägermeister fans! Just like the original, Jägermeister Cold Brew Coffee is best served as an ice-cold shot at -18 degrees Celsius (about 0 degrees Fahrenheit).
Jägermeister suggests shaking the bottle well before serving to awaken the natural ingredients.
“Combining Jägermeister with coffee has been a fan favorite for years, so we wanted to perfect that experience for our consumers and create a product where those flavors were perfectly balanced,” Jack Carson, director of innovation at Mast-Jägermeister US said in a press release.
Jägermeister Cold Brew Coffee will be available beginning in January 2020 for a suggested retail price of $24.99 for a 750 ml bottle and $32.99 for 1 liter.
If you can’t wait until January, Jägermeister has a recipe for a cold brew shot you can make instead. It will take a bit of work, but it is possible to create the flavor yourself. You’ll need 10 ml of Jägermeister and some cold brew coffee. You can also use ground coffee if you don’t mind making your own cold brew.
If you’re using pre-made cold brew, just mix it with Jägermeister, shake it and pour it into an espresso cup. If you’re making your own cold brew, infuse water with ground coffee beans, let it cool it for 10-16 hours and then mix it with Jägermeister. You can also sprinkle ground coffee on top for an extra boost! Here’s what it should look like in the end:
How does Jägermeister’s new cold brew coffee formula sound to you?