Instructions

Shake; strain; up.

Notes

Jeffrey Morgenthaler promises it "tastes way better than it sounds."

Punchdrink.com also suggests a frozen version, with 3/4 oz. regular simple, blended with ice, and garnished with a lime wheel.

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Created by
David Cordoba, 28 Hongkong Street, Singapore
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  • Works with a range of amari (made w/ Lucano and Ferro Kina). It's much better w/ blended (6oz ice) and w/ 0.5-0.75oz 1:1 simple. — ★★★★★
  • Sweet and tasty. I don't think it hits the "cloying" register, but if you worry about that, scaling back or eliminating the syrup might be worth trying. — ★★★★★
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Comments
Dan commented on 3/19/2015:

Hard to believe this could need the simple. It doesn't actually sound bad. Just because Jägermeister is a frat-house staple, doesn't mean that it doesn't have a long history as bitters.


Wondered what I would do with new bottle of Hong-Kong Baigiu. Took a Jagarita recipe & sub'd out the Jagermeister for Baijiu.
2 oz Baijiu (Hong-Kong)
1 oz Triple Sec
1 oz Lime Juice
1/4 oz Simple (To taste)
Shake w/ice & Strain
Garnish with a picture of Xi Jinping


Wondered what I would do with new bottle of Hong-Kong Baigiu. Took a Jagarita recipe & sub'd out the Jagermeister for Baijiu.
2 oz Baijiu (Hong-Kong)
1 oz Triple Sec
1 oz Lime Juice
1/4 oz Simple (To taste)
Shake w/ice & Strain
Garnish with a picture of Xi Jinping