Posted on July 8, 2020July 4, 2020 by PaulContest #663 Hint Contains nearly 60 herbs, roots, spices and fruits, but no blood.
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Wiesenstraße, 38300 Wolfenbüttel, Almanya
Let me hit my head against the wall. jagermeister came to my mind but for some reason I did not research. :(((
Jägermeister Linden/Wolfenbüttel Germany
Jägermeister (/ˈjeɪɡərˌmaɪstər/, YAY-gər-my-stər, German: [ˈjɛːɡɐˌmaɪstɐ], stylized Jägermeiſter) is a digestif made with 56 herbs and spices. Founded in 1934 by Wilhelm and Curt Mast, it has an alcohol by volume of 35% (61 degrees proof, or US 70 proof). The recipe has not changed since its creation over 85 years ago and is still served in its signature green glass bottle. It is the flagship product of Mast-Jägermeister SE headquartered in Wolfenbüttel, Germany.
Composition = Jägermeister is a type of liqueur called Kräuterlikör (herbal liqueur). It is akin to other European liqueurs, such as Gammel Dansk from Denmark, Făt-Frumos balsam and Nucul de Aur from Moldova, Beerenburg from the Netherlands, Unicum from Hungary, Becherovka from the Czech Republic, Gorzka Żołądkowa from Poland, Demänovka from Slovakia, Pelinkovac from Croatia, Riga Black Balsam from Latvia, Gorki List from Serbia, Fernet-Branca from Italy and Chartreuse and Bénédictine from France. In contrast to those beverages, Jägermeister has a sweeter taste. In Germany itself, there are quite a few competitors, such as Killepitsch, Kuemmerling, Schierker Feuerstein, Schwartzhog, Wurzelpeter, and Underberg, some of which are as sweet as Jägermeister. Jägermeister’s ingredients include 56 herbs, fruits, roots, and spices, including citrus peel, licorice, anise, poppy seeds, saffron, ginger, juniper berries, and ginseng. These ingredients are ground, then steeped in water and alcohol for two to three days. Afterwards, this mixture is filtered and stored in oak barrels for about a year. When a year has passed, the liqueur is filtered again, then mixed with sugar, caramel, and alcohol. The company recommends that Jägermeister be kept on ice and served cold, and suggests that it be kept in a freezer at −18 °C (0 °F) or on tap between −15 and −11 °C (5 and 12 °F). Contrary to a rumor that has circulated on the internet, Jägermeister does not contain deer blood or elk blood.
Well, for us heavy drinkers of Bourbon, it SUCKS !
Finally I can find one, after multiple tries and searches!
Jägermeister digestif distillery in Wolfenbüttel, Germany, @52.1483773,10.5655813
see here: https://goo.gl/maps/nVBQNeqNY64UjPTi6
I’m a true beginner at those games and I have been TRYING to solve them for more than 1 year, without success unfortunately.
I WOULD BE VERY GRATEFUL IF PLAYERS COULD DESCRIBE HOW THEY DISCOVERED THE LOCATION OF SUCH IMAGE. SO WE BEGINNERS COULD LEARN. IF WE CANNOT LEARN, THE PLEASURE IS NOT THE SAME.
I’M A PRETTY GOOD CHESS PLAYER (ELO ~1800-2000) AND WHEN I WIN A GAME, I ALWAYS EXPLAIN TO MY OPPONENT WHAT ERRORS HE DID…
Where on Google Earth # 663 : 52° 8’59.24″N 10°33’50.04″E : Jaegermeister in Wolfenbuettel, Germany.
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