Isle of Jura 16 Year Old
Diurachs' Own

70cl / 40%
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With the smoothness of the 10 year-old allied to extra complexity from more ageing, this is a winner. 'A delicious and sophisticated dram with impressive depth and almost perfect weight.' Jim Murray, Whisky Magazine Dec 2000

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16 Year Old

Isle of Jura 16 Year Old Reviews

17 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    4 August

    This is my favorite whisky from Jura.

  • 5
    13 July 2018

    A personal favourite. Would always recommend. Very smooth, good for introducing to new whiskey drinkers.

  • 5
    25 February 2018

    This is absolutely the smoothest whiskey that I have had the pleasure of. I've just turned the big Fifty,so I've had a few whiskey to compare this one with. Outstanding balance, Thank you.

  • 5
    15 February 2018

    I normally can't stand Scotch. Flavours of peat, seafoam, leather, and tobacco, do not exactly entice my palate. Diurach's Own, however, has none of these traditional flavours. Yes, I am a fan of American whiskies.

  • 5
    4 January 2018

    Surprised at the handful of negative reviews - perhaps they released a bad batch? This recently beat out Aberlour Abunadh for my favourite whisky..

  • 2
    22 December 2017

    I had higher expectations for this Whiskey. reminds me of when you forget a mostly empty bottle and come back to it, only to be disappointed that the whiskey you remembered was not there. it's just a generic taste.

  • 2
    11 December 2017

    I was expecting fireworks, but instead had but a lousy firecracker. It’s a fair whiskey, yes, but it’s anything but spectacular.

  • 5
    19 September 2017

    Tastes greats

  • 2
    12 December 2016

    Taste like a ten year old blended whiskey. Cosmetics have harmed this greatly. I would recommend this whiskey to someone who likes jonnie walker, because it's better but not great. A 16 year old single malt that tastes like a cheaper blend. Huh?

  • 5
    6 November 2016

    I have tried way to many scotches, per my wife, but what I can say about this scotch is that its a great smooth scotch which is difficult to not enjoy.

  • 2
    20 January 2016

    I really don't know how people can like this. It has a muddy taste, and while quite smooth it just doesn't exhibit any of the flavours indicated by the distillery. No spice, no toffee, just something akin to dirty water. Just for reference I LOVE Balvenie 17yo Dbl wood, even the 12yo has many more pleasing characteristics to Jura.

  • 5
    2 November 2015

    It is the best to those I drinked.Smooth and you can drink it without ice

  • The Colonel 24 March 2013

    Already a fan of the Jura 10yr, Elixir and Superstition with the 16yr on my extensive wishlist, I was delighted to find the 35cl size discontinued and less than half price at the supermarket! Sweet, spicy and full of flavour, even at full price it's good value.

  • Anonymous 3 April 2012

    I have tried the 10 year old and that’s not bad by any means but this is a beautiful whiskey. You can taste the sweetness if you hold it on your tongue for a moment; I found it better with a little water brings out the full flavour of the whiskey.

  • Philip, Illinois 30 September 2011

    Purchased this whisky (75cl) in Chicago. It is bottled at 43% ABV. A slightly higher strength for export? Yes, an Orange brandy character with much spice on the palate. 3/4 drops of water in 1.5 ounces of Jura brings rich honey sweetness. I love the body, a little buttery. Maybe a faint smoke. Maybe it's the wood I sense? I enjoyed the 10, but this has much more of everything! $65 is great price for this wonderful whisky.

  • Mike, The Netherlands 14 December 2009

    Hint hint hint - give it 46% ABV !

  • rico 30 November 2009

    Firstly a light smoke, then a warming marzipan transforming into an orange liquor. Oily palate confirms its orangy opulence. A pity that not a 43 or 46% alc.Not as much complex as eg. Highland Park 18YO, but still a great fresh