Dating back to 18th Century Germany, this honey liqueur recipe was originally concocted to lure bears out of their dwellings by hunters & fur trappers. Originally called Barênfang (‘Bear Trap’), this drinkable honey was not only enticing to the bear, but soon became the beverage of choice to the bear hunter as well. This highly alluring concoction has since been refined to be the premium liqueur that exists today. Made with the highest concentration of all-natural honey from the Yucatan Peninsula, Barênjaêger is in a class of its own. Additionally, at 70 proof, it is the perfect addition to any cocktail in need of an all-natural sweeter with a little kick.
Nose: Sweet natural honey aroma supported by subtle alcohol undertones.
Palate: Subtly sweet, spicy and herb edged.