Jura 10yr Malt Scotch
This is where it all started. For us, this whisky signifies the rebirth of the Jura distillery and rebuilding of our community. So it's fitting that each bottle carries the ancient Celtic symbol for beginnings.
18th December 2016http://www.jurawhisky.com/en_us/our-whiskies/origin
Jura 10yr Malt Scotch Tasting Notes
Soft nuances of American white oak with a smooth, sweet aroma of honey.
A refined, smooth and clean tasting liquid with gentle oak flavours, followed by highlights of caramel and soft liquorice. The warmth of roasted coffee beans lingers long in the mouth
Light and delicate with a warming honey finish.
Warming golden glow.
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