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Little is known about its genetics, but rumor has placed Jagermeister somewhere in the Hindu Kush genealogy. Some also suspect Jagermeister was bred and popularized in Southern Oregon. As stupefying as its name makes it out to be, Jagermeister’s full body effects are better described as relaxing than sedating.Like its namesake liquor, Jager has a pronounced aroma of black licorice. When inspected more closely, dank scents of musk and damp earth are also at play. Meanwhile, grinding up or breaking open these dense buds yield some traces of diesel. This strain has a surprisingly smooth smoke for an indica; on the exhale, this smoke has a herbal, tobacco-like flavor, along with some sweet licorice that lingers on the palate. Notably, Jager offers no grape flavors, despite its often entirely purple flowers — this is because the pigments that determine the leaves’ color do not have a corresponding effect on their aroma.