Jura Journey70cl / 40%
- Island Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
- Dark Chocolate
Jura Journey Reviews
Tasting notes by Billy Abbott, The Whisky Exchange
Nose: Sweet grain – porridge and cornflakes. Creamy notes with rich vanilla and lemon zest.
Palate: Soft and sweet to start, with creamy custard and toffee sauce run through with clove and nutmeg. Hints of cocoa powder build at the back with sharp apple notes.
Finish: Cocoa fades to leave buttery apple sauce and sharp apple skin.
13 Customer Reviews
This is a beautiful, soft, peaty whisky. My favourite.
Pleasant, easy drinking; rich and sweet. Not sure why others call this watery – it's far from that, and has a long, sweet finsh that is most pleasant to drink.
I found this malt to be a lively dram. I especially liked the long finish with plenty of spicy nutmeg and citrus notes. I didn't find it particularly sweet but creamy nose with some vanilla.
I prefer the Jura 10 over this. It was as if Jura was attempting a low peat Islay but didn't quite hit it out of the park. However, I did like the little peppery bite in the finish.
Delicious. Will be one of my favourites in future.
Smooth rich nectar, best yet
Unfortunately I found this whisky to be very thin in both mouthfeel and taste. It feels very watery for me. I got slight notes of toffee and vanilla with a buttery nose, but the finish was so short, it left nothing. I did not find the whisky to be well rounded at all, no complexity. Luckily for me I got this on offer from Tesco at £25. Still feel a touch ripped of tbh
What a disappointment; it’s like whisky flavoured water.
Lots of honey and orange flavours, with the Jura character coming through if given a few minutes in the glass. It competes favourably with any other Scotch in this price bracket. Don't believe the doom-mongers on this one, its worth a shot for a different take on Jura.
Finishing the bottle is a chore, won’t buy again
Rip off! Bring back superstition.. it was better in every way and cheaper too!!
very nice new entry