Jura Seven Wood70cl / 42%
- Island Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
A complex dram that does even more than its name suggests. Matured in a combination of seven different types of oak – first bourbon and then a finish in each of Vosges, Jupilles, Les Bertranges, Allier, Tronçais, and Limousin casks. The result is spicy but run through with chocolate and fruit, thanks to wide range of flavours from the casks.
Jura Seven Wood Reviews
Tasting notes from Billy Abbott, The Whisky Exchange
Perfumed notes of summer meadows lead into chocolate-covered raisins and rich, creamy oats. Hints of menthol follow, accompanied a mixture of red jams: strawberry and raspberry. Weightier dried fruit notes build, accompanied by a hint of something fresher and more tropical.
Rich and creamy, with coffee and chocolate initially swamped by toasted spice notes: cinnamon, nutmeg and black pepper. Crunchy apples and pears roll in along with freshly squeezed oranges and their zest.
Mint chocolate notes linger on the palate, with apple skin and a touch of creamy coffee.
5 Customer Reviews
Bought a bottle of this on a whim on a holiday to the Highlands (typical English let's buy Scotch to drink to fit the stereotype whilst in Scotland) from Morrisons in Fort William. It was on offer at the time hence the reason I chose this. I've never been much of a whisky drinker (the blended cheap malts like Grouse and Bells etc. that my Mum drinks just always tasted awful to me) but I'd heard a lot of people say single malts tasted different, so I took the plunge and picked up the cheapest single malt that was available. It turned out to be the most satisfying drink I had ever had from a whisky.
Absolutely excellent whisky, perfect combined with a Havana cigar for pure relaxation. Will definitely be buying this whisky again
Wonderful, wonderful whisky. Classic Jura with added layers. I’m a big Jura fan and this lived up to my expectations. A must try IMO
Amazing! Brilliant! Delicious! Sorry, can't be pretentious about cream and chocolate and cinnamon etc etc
This is a unique scotch. I really like the taste. I first tried the Seven Wood yesterday at the Scotch Whisky Experience in Edinburgh Scotland. I can truly say I have never experienced a Whisky quite like this. Thank you to the Whisky Masters at Jura for a scotch that my wife and I both have found a common ground. All the best.