Photograph of a Jagermeister bottle on a red and black pinwheel like background with white text and a white spinning arrow attached.
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This button was designed as a game to determine who bought the next round of Jagermeister and where it would be drunk. 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 Wolfenbuttel tradition, where it was frequently consumed as a post-hunt drink.