Red around the outside edge with white text in it and an illustartion of an animal with antlers on a white background and a spinning arrow attached on top.
This button was designed as a game to determine who bought the next round of Jagermeister. Jagermeister was created by Curt Mast in Wolfenbuttel, Germany, in 1935. The recipe was created with 56 herbs, blossoms, roots and fruits. The name Jagermeister (translated "hunt master") and the stag emblem was said to be in honor of the traditions of the region where the drink was created due to its frequent use as a post-hunt drink.