Isle of Jura 10 Year Old
70cl / 40%
- Island Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
- Liquorice root
Isle of Jura 10 Year Old Reviews
Light and delicate with a warming honey finish
Now comes the techie part: this is aged in ex-Bourbon casks for 10 years. Some say it tastes of oak with hints of honey, caramel and soft liquorice, but then again everyone is different.
77 Customer Reviews
A cut above a blended whisky; far more complex. Smooth and light.
I''m drinking this right now, and it''s smooth, light, and whiskey. Which is what I paid for, but then again, everyone''s different.
Very Light and firm whisky and aged so good all be frankly I had a half bottle and I didn''t feel a thing the next day. Real good
I received this as a present this week and after tasting it, I wasn''t that impressed. Nosing it left me with sharp tingling sensations instead of the usual warm feeling. Tasting it I got a strong flavour of liquorice and bourbon. Not my favourite but bearable.
Beautiful whisky. Lovely taste with a hint of honey. Not everything needs to be peaty... Very smooth and morish!
Not Much Appreciating...comparatively a young whisky, 10yrs old..I personally don''t like it though hv a smooth go on our pallet..needs to get bottled minimum at 12yrs of age..tastes like a blended whisky not at all Malty...
I''ve tried lots of malts over the years and generally enjoyed them all but not keen on this at all. It''s insipid not smooth and tastes like a cheap blend.
What had the potential to be a superb single malt, is utterly ruined by being so watered down. Such a shame.
Very nice cast hint of smoke and no after taste . A winner at a low cost .