Jager Pops. Explosive Alcoholic Fun!
Once upon a evening bleary, while I stagged drunk and beery. Over many a cobble stone on Kieran St. I did pass on my way to Dunnes Stores. After buying, and toying with a mixture new, I came across a curious brew. Perfect for me, being broke, it was put meer Jager and Coke! Tipping one into the other, thinking “not a bother”, everything was fine until the last drop, when upon my bottle went POP!
I just raped Poe.
He’d be rolling like a kebab in his grave if he heard such a garbled shoite, but he’d have a Jager Pop to calm his nerves. Whats a jager pop you ask? It aint no frozen delight lemme tell you that! It’s when you mix a mini bottle of Jagermeister with a bottle o’ Coca Cola. It’s called a pop because when you place the rim of the Jager inside the coke bottle, it creates a seal which builds up enough pressure from the fizz that it’ll pop the lil Jager right off. Watch and learn bitches!
Empty a little bit out of the Coke bottle (100ml to be precise) and then put the rim of the Jager into the coke bottle and let the Jager flow!
When you put the Jager in the top, It’ll all empty into the coke and then pop off the top Hence, Jager Pops.
And remember…Under the Intoxicating Liquor Act, 2003, it is an offence to sell alcohol to anyone under the age of 18. It is also an offence to buy alcohol for people under the age of 18 or to give alcohol to anyone under the age of 18 unless in a domestic home.
Young people under the age of 18 are not allowed in licensed premises during extended hours (except in certain circumstances). It is the responsibility of the licence holder to make sure this does not happen. If you are under 18, you cannot legally buy alcohol or drink it unless you are in a private residence and have permission to be there.
It is also an offence to pretend that you are over 18 in order to buy or drink alcohol.