Isle of Jura 16 Year Old (Diurachs' Own)
Also from Isle Of Jura Whisky Distillery
Whisky or Whiskey
Interesting fact… Isle of Jura 16 Year Old (Diurachs' Own) whisky spells its name whisky as it originates in Scotland. Had it been produced in America its name would be Isle of Jura 16 Year Old (Diurachs' Own) whiskey, instead of whisky.
Isle of Jura 16 Bottling Note
This 16 year old from the Isle of Jura was a bronze medal winner at the 2004 International Wine and Spirits Competition.
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Really good, but...
Sweet marmalade with a hint of the sea about it. Gave it a generous 3 star but a wee bit disappointing for a 16 year old especially on the finish. Worth a try but there are better drams out there for the price.
1st March 2014
was given a bottle last new year from a Finn who did NOT like it however I thought it was very very smooth I come from the east coast so I prefer Spey side whiskeys but this was something else the difference between 12 and 16 is not so great whether the price is worth it I am no sure I have to try more to be sure
30th January 2014
What the 10 year old should be!
Full at 40
If this was the 10 year old and retailed at around the £30-£35 range, I would defiantly be giving it 4 and 1/2 to 5 stars. But based on price I'm giving it 3 an 1/2.
10th January 2014
For a standard strength bottling this is a well rounded, warm whisky with great depth. If you can't tell the difference between this and the 10 year old standard bottling stick to cheap blended whisky!
23rd October 2013
I liked it, but, being an experienced scotch drinker, I have to admit that there was nothing really special about this one. The nose is sweet, but then, the palate is bitter, opaque, too dull.
11th June 2013
It's so that it is old enough to legally have sweet sweet sex with my tastebuds.