A while ago, I was at the Winklmoosalm, which, as far as I know, is in Bavaria. I was drinking a cup of coffee when an older German couple sat down next to me. Judging by their accents, I would say they both came from significantly north of Bavaria.
She asked him what he wanted to drink. "Jagertee," he said. She then disappeared for a few minutes. On her return, she repeated her previous question. He repeated his answer and then added, "Ich trinke immer Jagertee, wenn ich im (or was it 'in'?) Tiroler Land bin."
Is "Tiroler Land" a reference to anything other than the Austrian Bundesland Tirol, or possibly also the Italian Südtirol? That is, do people say "Tiroler Land" to mean simply "the mountains"?