Halali has a firm place in the German hunter’s vocabulary, just as Jägermeister. It usually refers to the loud call of the hunting horn that signals the end of a hunt.
Especially in Germany, the hunting tradition exists since many centuries and has countless customs. Today, Hunters are still using special horn signals to communicate with each other. This includes the "Halali". The roots of the "Halali" go back to battue or par force hunting in the middle ages.
Curt Mast, a really passionate hunter, found the inspiration for today’s "Jägermeister" in one or another Halali fanfare. Today, the legendary herbal liqueur not only appeals to hunters - the Jägermeister liqueur has thrilled millions of fans worldwide for many decades.