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JURA 1991 AGED 24 YEARS

JURA 1991 AGED 24 YEARS



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This Isle of Jura Single Malt from The Old Malt Cask of premium and rare single malts is drawn from one of just 259 original 700ml bottles and has been matured from 1991 to 2015 in a Hogshead oak cask.

The Old Malt Cask range of whiskies are selected for their individuality and diversity by Hunter Laing & Co and are always bottled at a premium strength in a traditional manner, with no added colour or chill filatration.

 

OFFICIAL TASTING NOTES
Nose: Crème caramel, slightly peppery with some citrus.
Palate: Toffee, digestive biscuits, more pepper and a hint of oranges.
Finish: Medium and spicy.

ABOUT THE DISTILLERY
Jura Distillery was re built in the 1962. The original Distillery on this site was founded in 1810 in an old smugglers cave, although it was dismantled in 1901.

The first distillation since rebuilding took place in 1963 with the distillery offering employment to some of the islands inhabitants – called Diurachs.

Jura Distillery draws it’s water from Loch a’ Bhaile-Mhargaidh, meaning the ‘the market Loch’ which is 300 metres above Craighouse, which is the islands only village. The Distillery has two pairs of very tall stills with a capacity of 2,200,000 litres per year. The majority of the spirit is matured in Bourbon casks, with a small amount maturing in sherry casks. There are five racked warehouses with a total of 28,000 casks in maturation.

This Isle of Jura Single Malt from The Old Malt Cask of premium and rare single malts is drawn from one of just 259 original 700ml bottles and has been matured from 1991 to 2015 in a Hogshead oak cask.

The Old Malt Cask range of whiskies are selected for their individuality and diversity by Hunter Laing & Co and are always bottled at a premium strength in a traditional manner, with no added colour or chill filatration.

 

OFFICIAL TASTING NOTES
Nose: Crème caramel, slightly peppery with some citrus.
Palate: Toffee, digestive biscuits, more pepper and a hint of oranges.
Finish: Medium and spicy.

ABOUT THE DISTILLERY
Jura Distillery was re built in the 1962. The original Distillery on this site was founded in 1810 in an old smugglers cave, although it was dismantled in 1901.

The first distillation since rebuilding took place in 1963 with the distillery offering employment to some of the islands inhabitants – called Diurachs.

Jura Distillery draws it’s water from Loch a’ Bhaile-Mhargaidh, meaning the ‘the market Loch’ which is 300 metres above Craighouse, which is the islands only village. The Distillery has two pairs of very tall stills with a capacity of 2,200,000 litres per year. The majority of the spirit is matured in Bourbon casks, with a small amount maturing in sherry casks. There are five racked warehouses with a total of 28,000 casks in maturation.



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