More information Isle of Jura Reserve 16 Years (Jura) Whisky
Matured for sixteen long years, this is the whisky of choice for the people of Jura.
The Jura Island is one of the most beautiful and least known islands in Scotland with a tradition of distilling and making whisky that dates back to the 17th century. With an area of 24 miles of lake and 8 miles wide it has 90,666 acres with a population of 180 people and 5000 red deer. The name Jura has several meanings: "Two brothers Dih and Rah", "The Island of the Badger Trees" and "The Island of the Red Deer". Experts prefer the translation of "The Island of the Red Deer".
Distilled in the village of Craighouse since 1810 and taking the name where it is created, Isle of Jura is the only malt whisky produced on the island and the pride of the people of Jura.
Distilled with water from the Bhaille Mharghaidh River, it is characterized by a fruity tone with an indirect smoky and salty taste that enriches the palate. Isle of Jura, the taste of an island in a Single Malt.
Isle of Jura Distillery
ISLE OF JURA RESERVE 16 YEARS
Matured for sixteen long years, this is the whisky of choice for the people of Jura. It's a subtle malt- unassuming, understated yet intriguing. Qualities often attributed to the Diurachs themselves.
Understandably, the islanders are drawn to it above all others. To honour this unique bond, the symbol of the Diurachs adorns each and every pack.
|Brand||Isle of Jura|
|Region Produced in||Isle of Jura|
|Cask||American ex-Bourbon casks, Spanish ex-Jerez casks|
|Tasting Notes||Flavours of the dark chocolate combined with orange and spices leave sweet toffee and honey finish. Lighty peated..|
|Storage Instructions||Cool and dry conditions|
|Country Produced in||Scotland|
|1 Liter Proportion EUR||75,21|