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The brand name of the single malt whisky produced by the Isle of Jura distillery on the Scottish island of Jura. The distillery was built in 1963 on the spot where, until 1901, there was also a distillery. Jura is located near whisky island Islay, famous for its smoky whiskies. The standard single malt from Jura, however, is not peated at all. Isle of Jura is known for the special design of its bottles.
Jura is located just above Islay, famous for its peated whisky. The Jura whisky is not peated. You'll find honey and fresh fruit and a bit saltiness in the profile. As is also the case with this 10-year-old. With a 40% and nice price a good entry-level.
This 12-year-old Elixir bottling from the Isle of Jura Distillery matured in bourbon and sherry casks and was bottled at 46%. We come across citrus fruit and tobacco, herbs too, even a hint of smoke. And the sherry influence. A pleasant drinkable dram!
16 years old, this is a mature Isle of Jura single malt whisky. With its 40% strength, this is a dram that can also be interesting for non-whisky drinkers. This malt, matured on bourbon and sherry casks, is soft and subtle and well balanced.
This 18-year-old single malt whisky from the island of Jura is finished in bordeaux casks. With its 42% strength, this attractive dram is accessible to many. In the nose: toffee, fruit and cinnamon. The taste has herbs, dark fruit, soil and hay.
This 21-year-old single malt whisky from Isle of Jura matured in both bourbon and sherry casks. This combination results in a pleasant drinkable whisky with, due to the long aging, a mature, complex profile. The dram feels full and round in the mouth.
If the peated whiskies from Islay are to heavy, this Jura Superstition might be something for you. This beautifully balanced single malt whisky is 'lightly peated' according to the label. And indeed there is subtle peat smoke in the nose. A special Jura!
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