- Aroma of orange creamsicle dipped in cinnamon with oak and a touch of sea salt
- Mint chocolate entry smothered in prunes, dates, and a hearty backbone of malt
- Lasting spiciness – white pepper, light smoke and a hint of herb
Jura Distillery Fact
Even though the distillery didn’t open until 1810, the people of Jura were entitled to distill whisky for personal consumption, until a ban was introduced in 1781.
The distillery fell into disrepair, but in the 1960s two local estate owners Robin Fletcher and Tony Riley-Smith rebuilt the distillery, employing architect William Delme-Evans.
By 1963 their work was complete; they had introduced taller stills allowing the distillery to create a mix of malts. In 2006, the whisky received a Gold Quality Award from the International Quality Institute Monde Selection.
- Aged 24 Years
- Cases Available (6/750ML) 42
- Bottling Strength 50.10% alc/vol
- Cask Type Bourbon
- Year Founded 1810
- Water Source The mountain Paps of Jura filters down to Market Loch
- Region Island of Jura which is Northeast of Islay