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A core bottling from the Isle of Jura's only distillery. This 10 year old has exhibits the distillery's classic oily, briny characteristics.
Nose: Fresh with notes of damp hay and soft, malty cereal notes. A touch of peat with gentle oak and arak with blossom tones.
Palate: Thick and full with more cereal, this time a barley fudge sweetness creeps in with creamy smoothness and a touch of aniseed.
Finish: Long with peppy winter spice.
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For a cheaper malt I think this is excellent. With a touch of water the smell is like oily wood, it's not a complex taste but still enjoyable never the less. Reasonably smooth on the throat and with a pleasant after taste. Very rare do I have just the one.
14th April 2017
I think if you're used to blended whisky, this might be a good place to start. It is not as peaty as most Islay malts (except Bunnahavin), nor does it have the iodine (medicinal) aftertaste but is more full-bodied than a Highlander. Very very quaffable.
12th March 2017
In the absence of nothing else, you could drink it. To me, a shallow and bitter dram.
22nd February 2017
Cracked this months ago and now it sits there waiting for my unsuspecting in-laws who threaten to outstay their welcome. Never again.
4th February 2017
Don't know about all the negative reviews. Especially the ones comparing this whisky to diesel and rubber. There is nothing diesely and rubbery about this scotch at all. Its not even smoky or peaty.Being from Islands, this whisky tastes more like a Speyside/Highland sort. Its very light, sweet, crisp and fruity. Not perfect in terms of complexity, but hey - for the £25-30 you would pay for this beauty, its a steal. And for the money its absolutely brilliant little dram and a great all rounder. Excellent buy.
10th January 2017
I genuinely love its pronounced diesel, burned tire/rubber, sulphury or gasoline flavor mixed with apple flavor. I have never tasted any likker like this and i have tasted quite a lot. This whisky is a league of its own. It is an absolute lie when they said its light and delicate. It is definitely packed with flavor and complexity.
19th December 2016
Got a bottle at the local liquor store today. I'd say it's an average whisky. The taste of caramel is overwhelming. I cannot taste any other ingredients. Overall, it's decent, but I'll probably save one more week for the Superstition next time.
30th October 2016
ok you go to Scotland to taste some fine whisky and expande your whisky taste. the jura origin 10year is a fine whisky great taste nearly smooth. in my opinun could do with breathing for a good 6hr. but to be fair there are so many better whiskys out there I would not endulge in this to much. Christ you can get it in asda. try something new you may hate it you may just find that comfatable arm chair whisky you've been hunting..im still searching but joe its a great jorney........ALL THE BEST CONGA
1st October 2016
Honey Gold at 40% this expression is fairy rich and light. It is quite sweet and not too viscous.I preferred it without water noting pears, apples and honey immediately on the palette.Toffee and perhaps a hint of liquorice followed.The sweet finish doesn't linger.
25th August 2016
Hint of the jonnie walker black label toffee tastes aniseed present also and the thinness of monkey shoulder , light and smooth for a single malt
27th June 2016
Have to say, I read all the negative reviews and went back to try it to be sure that I wasn't kidding myself. This is a superb drop for its price.
8th June 2016
24th May 2016
Nose and taste is quite strong and intense! But finish is very rough .. too rough for single malt.The finish reminded me cheap drinks from the bottom shelf...For this money I'd prefer JW Black next time...
6th April 2016
Straw. malt, fruits and that's it. No long aftertaste and minimal burn to the trouth. 6/10
13th January 2016
Poured a gentle amber colorThe smell was hard to decipher due to the overwhelming pungency of the alcohol, so the flavor was surprising, vibrant and sweet.Taste of crisp apple, maple syrup, and mild honey. Finish is mellow but a little spicy.Apple and pear flavors linger well after the last tasting.Very good Scotch.
2nd January 2016
Origin has a more full bodied flavour than Superstition, but is also a bit rougher. It has strong smoky scents and flavours. Not my favourite, but a nice wee dram to finish the day.
28th December 2015
Warm and mellow, very sophisticated. A very nice companion for a warm summer night while stargazing.
5th October 2015
Have long loved all the Juras and after giving up for spirits for a year, I purchased a malt much more expensive than this and it was terrible waste of money.So I bought something familiar Jura 10. It's exactly what I want in a single malt whisky. It has a honey/fig sweetness which I love and often do not find in much more expensive whisky. The liquor has a lovely viscosity, a softness on the palate. With a slightly smokey or perhaps wood aroma. Just delicious, and a great value. I'll never understand the unsophisticated insults. Oh, and this is actually "whisky"
1st October 2015
Just horrible stuff. I love whiskey and find it easier to name the few I don't like - this and superstition both fall in to that small category. Something stale and diesel like about this whiskey. Bought a bottle of Jura from a Royal Mile Whiskies own bottlings for £75 and it was sublime - why do they make this horrid stuff and why is it stocked everywhere?
6th August 2015
Just bought a sample pack with the 10, 16, and superstition. The 10 had a nice thick oily feel and was extremely smooth. It was almost too smooth and I do not recommend adding any water to it, regardless of the 43.5%. Some floral notes, along with sweet vanilla/honey/cereal flavors were very prominent and pleasant. Not very complex but I think it's very good for non whisky drinkers because it's very smooth and has a sweet flavor. I don't know if I would buy a full bottle but it was good scotch especially for 10 years old. I can't wait to try the 16 (which will be happening in a few seconds).
1st August 2015
My first experience with Jura was the Superstition, which remains my favourite bottling from the distillery (with Prophecy a close second).I love the fact that this particular expression exhibits a complexity that is beyond its age statement. Fudge, barley cereal, oak, aniseed, a hint of sea salt caramel and cracked pepper.Definitely one of those whiskies that can be enjoyed after a good meal.Didn't get the chance to visit the distillery when I was across the bay in Islay in January, but it is definitely on my hitlist.
24th May 2015
I received a bottle of this for my birthday and as a newbie to whisky drinking/tasting, I thought it had a really strong liquorice taste to it.Nosing it, I didn't get much from it apart from a sting in the nostrils.. I had to water it down to make it drinkable.
14th May 2015
I have had decent and awful batches of Origin. one was oversweet and caused a Minging headache. this last bottle was grand for the money though it could really use something to elevate the palate above salt and grass and caramel.
24th April 2015
Really nice, thick texture you can taste the honey finish, tastes quite like a fruitcake and is really easy to drink.
1st April 2015
When I drink a single malt its usually Glenfiddich over ice tried this Jura for the first time equally as good.
9th March 2015
I received this as a gift from a good friend and true Scotsman. Jura may be his drink of choice, unfortunately it isn't mine. From a neat pour the nose has hints of malted chocolate, ground coffee, licorice, cinnamon and a sweetness reminiscent of the milk left from a sugary breakfast cereal. The palate is thick and sweet with fudge brownie and black forest cake, but the longer, fruitcakey finish ends in an anised aftertaste which eventually becomes an unwelcome guest. Deep, full-bodied flavors for just a 10 year malt. But this lacks some harmony in the overall experience. It's heavy and thick, with lots of malt and dark chocolate notes that really coat the palate. With these flavors, I typically like to see more coastal saltiness, noticeable peat, and some citrus notes paired with these darker themes. But you won't find them here...
2nd March 2015
I thought I'd try this instead of my go to Highland Park. I found it a bit insipid and reminiscent of a cheap bourbon.
25th February 2015
Good nose on it, sweet and complex taste in the mouth. But the after taste is terrible, the throat burn is not for me.
17th February 2015
This was gifted to me, have never seen this in my country South Africa. It is simply great, thank you John Butchard.
16th January 2015
Very drinkable, tasty, full flavoured but not too challenging. A dash of water to take away the spirit burn worked for me. Im not sure where some reviewers get peatiness from, not even slightly peated to me.
11th January 2015
Light, smooth and worth the money!
17th December 2014
This was horrible. I got it as a gift and I thought someone urinated in it. I love single malt. The aftertaste is worse than trying to get it down. I would rather drink mouthwash than this again.
6th December 2014
Before drinking this whisky I was technologically illiterate... Even the thought of touching a remote control would send me into a sweaty-cold shiver. Here I am though, rattling out a review on an iPad using my toes whilst my hands pours this little beauty of a whisky right under my nose... Thank you Jura
13th November 2014
I would class this a mellow malt at first when it has touched my lips then through to the pallete of wonders. good beginnings and a happy ending. chink chink JURA
4th October 2014
Exceptional for a 10 year old, it is think and full bodied, gentle yet with real character. It is sweet, with toffee notes, just lovely
15th September 2014
very good starter whisky, perfect ratio of quality and price, taste light, smooth with delicate honey notes
5th September 2014
If a proper sip is taken, it's not insipid at all, though everything is very front of palate. warming though, salt and malt basically with a few peppery tones - can't help but think some livelier fruit and a touch of spice would have rounded it off nicely. cup of Earl Grey is a good pre-dram drink
6th August 2014
WOW Jura, this ia a Top quality malt Whisky. Best I have tasted. (It was bought as a Gift for 30 yrs service.) Loved it.
13th June 2014
To me this is very easy drinking. Not the most complex but very easy drinking. After discovering malt through heavily peated Islays this is fresh with sea tones and a touch of sweetness/honey. I much prefer this to their more expensive and more mature oferings. My current favourite.
18th May 2014
I first bought this malt in Oban after spending an afternoon on Juru to always remind me of the wonderful swim with seals that I had in the bay just up the road from the distillery. A wonderful whisky from a magical place especially when the mist comes down over the paps.
25th March 2014
Damp, salted caramel nose for me, but no real depth similar on the palate but the thin nose belies a fuller mouth feel leading to a warm peppery finish. I can see why the nose is a little disconcerting for some it's, as the review suggests, pleasant enough and at 26 quid worth the money (well done MoM) but at 32 being charged in supermarkets I'd feel short changed.
23rd January 2014
This is the 1st malt I drank when I went out in Gourock, probably age 19 or 20. Can't remember, why it tried it, must have been on offer, but from this has grown my love for whisky. Although there are other whiskies I now prefer, I will usually have a bottle of this on the go. Yes, it is only 10 years, and yes there is a certain sharpness (as with most entry level malts), but it is still a lovely, well balanced dram and there are not many better for the money.
17th January 2014
Really intense nose - like a lit christmas pudding. A confusing palate; a little woody but smooth. The initial flavours disappear quickly to a medium-length, dry finish that's slightly sweet and tingly on the tongue.
4th January 2014
all ways been told which whisky to buybut this one was a christmass gift want it again for my birth day its flavour and taste out of this world
2nd January 2014
Wow this is a nice whisky. Peat, smoke, honey, grassy, then a slightly briny at the end. The price is very reasonable too.However, the nose is a bit dull and the early flavours are a tad sharp depending on where it hits your palate. The lasting finish is the best part. Drink this one sloooow and try hitting different parts of the tongue with each sip.
28th December 2013
I have tasted many single malts over the years at different prices,but this one is the very best for less than 30€. Really stanning! Light,full of flouvor and the perfect finish.
22nd December 2013
To sit and sip from a drop of Jura 10yo, is to walk along the road through Cagenhouse, with the sun melting the tar on the road, and smelling the tangle on the shore, being so very happy and carefree, the buzz from the telephone wires and the rustle of the wind in the rushes still audible, in my ear of yore, is bliss. Bliss in a glass.
18th December 2013
Sorry folks, but that blessing should be "slante mhath".
You could not ask for a warmer dram!. One to be savoured as I sit by the fire tonight , while a gale is building into a storm outside. Slante bha.
Not a bad whisky for the price but rather harsh for me and just not to my taste. For the money I would choose Aberlour 10yo over this every time. Not one I will be buying for myself again, but was worth a punt at £20 on offer in Sainsburys!...A whisky I would more readily offer visiting friends alongside my Glenmorangie without feeling stingy, while saving my Fettercairn Fior & Dalmore for myself and special occasions!
9th December 2013
nothing more, nothing less. i love it
4th December 2013
ring a ring a roses tomorrow knows no urges..crisp clean macaroons...honey, did you shrink the bin lids?or did you get them high on malt...what malt...no no my name is Walt.born and raised and force fed like a biblical rooster..move on.nothing to see hear...
1st December 2013
Great island one. Not too harsh easy to drink and enjoyable
25th October 2013
Pleasant smoky dry nose that opens up to sweet caramel and chocolate after a while taste is relatively complex with smoke, seeds, salt and sweet sticky toffee. Worth a punt if on offer, if not go for talisker, lagavulin, oban.
14th October 2013
Nose is complex but mostly gives apricot, with some beer and cheese. Palate sweetens with time, to caramel and mocha, with a lot of enjoyable subtleties.
4th August 2013
Not a bad malt... a bit harsh scent (blended-like). Maybe ever so slightly too salty with a short lasting finish.. but still not bad.
28th July 2013
Very good for the money, but harsh and can be hard to drink but for the cost is good. ,need to be in the mood mind.
13th July 2013
There is no 'e' in Whisky ! If you are going to give an opinion on Whisky the least you could do is spell Whisky correctly and avoid making an arse of yourselves
22nd June 2013
I am angry I bought this bottle. What an Hoax. Worst whisky I ever bought and Jack Daniels is genius in comparison. Jura is 0 like in Zero.
26th May 2013
I think it is time I stick to my favorites till I get rich. This is even worse than the Monkeys shoulders that, at least, didn't stitch my tongue without permission. I should have bought Highland Park ! 26 pounds as sleeping drinkable pills I guess. How to explain what subtle aromas mean to those who drink Robusta coffee and not Arabica?
25th May 2013
18th April 2013
Good whiskey for the money.
2nd March 2013
I never thought I'd come across a whisky that I didn't like at all but out of the 50+ different whisky's I've tried so far this is the only one I couldn't drink. To its credit it does have a very unique flavour but unfortunately it is not one that I was able to appreciate.
30th January 2013
I who rarely drink anything of spirits was given this as a thank you.I was going to give it away as I don't drink normally, but then decided to give it a try.It is the nicest smoothest flavour that rolls over the tongue of whisky I have ever had. I am not going to pretend that I can distinguish between the notes and flavours, all I know is that for around £20 it is a lovely experience that you can savour for some time and I recommend anyone to try it.
For the price, and the 'ease of drinking', and for someone who is not a fan of peaty whiskies in the slightest, this still really hits the spot for me. A great post-work dram.Anyone able to recommend something similarly 'unpeaty' and 'briny'? If not, more Jura is always an option...
21st January 2013
One of the few malts I have been disappointed by. It wasn't difficult to drink or foul-tasting it just didn't taste as it should have done. There were no complex notes or intriguing flavours, it was all a bit damp. As the finish came, I felt a whiff of the Taliskery saltiness, this was soon replaced by more damp.It has put me off the brand a bit, I would never now splurge for an older malt after a disappointing introduction.
12th January 2013
My first Jura single malt.Nose: Fruity (bananas?), malty, pine and slightly oilyPalate: Peppery, spicy, dry malt and salty oak chips. Full but somewhat harsh rather than rounded.Finish: Salty and peaty, the saltiness hangs around long after the rest. Kind of spoils it.
13th December 2012
Just the ticket after a monotonous day at work, goes down smooth - will be stocking up on this as its at a great price at the moment
9th November 2012
Oh god make it stop! Make it stoppppp!
6th November 2012
...but this is a very good Whisky ...for a 10yr old...Always liked it since I was a lad, and still like it today 40 + years on...one of the best 10's on the market, but just behind Aberlour.
5th September 2012
I had this one blind for the first time, and when I was asked to guess, my mind immediately went to Glenfiddich and Glenlivet. In other words, don't expect any strong 'island' flavours from this one - just a nice, quite intense for its strength, sweetness and smoothness.
22nd June 2012
I find this a perfectly acceptable whisky for flavouring my porridge.
6th April 2012
I dissolve salt and vinegar crisps in mine overnight, which adds a degree of sharpness, resulting in taste perfection. Alternatively, a splash of Worcestershire sauce works well.When taken as a table malt, I find it goes best with Indian cuisine.
14th March 2012
This whisky is a bit of a steal at the prices it is being sold nowadays. It is unique, as is Jura in general. It combines the more highland style of sharpness and full body with the peat of Islay drams. I find that combination a little confused myself, but it makes for nice sipping and at the price it is generally sold you will struggle to find a more complex combination of flavours.Adam.
8th February 2012
Not a big drinker but found jura the best yet . Would recommend it to anybody who fancies a dram now and again . Looking forward to getting another bottle .
25th September 2011
Ah the Jura whisky, my first true love. But how good is it really? I still like this dram, a little more then it deserves perhaps, because it's really not that great.I'll tell you it is a very honest whisky for a very fair price, so indeed you get your money's worth here. A fine malt with a hint of pine nuts, some oily wood and a hint of mokka. At the end there are some sea hints, a bit of salty-nes, but the end is there very quickly. It lacks stamina.Very well balanced for only 10 years tough
20th August 2011
I really like this it's light but complex and has the flavours of the Isles. A beautiful dram at a great price.
23rd May 2011
The "damp hay" nose is spot on, I would add there's orange peel and marmalade, some leather and playdough (!) as well. The taste and finish are dominated by toffee with a coffee filling and truffles.
24th January 2011
You can really taste the Isle of Jura in this bottle. An interesting nose that won't be for everyone but I personally can't get enough of it because of its difference. I find this quite delicate going down (especially compared to the Talisker 10 YO) but the peatiness is still there. My favourite part of this Whisky is the finish, where the salt sea taste of Jura comes through.
7th October 2010
Serious starter malt that you can get for under 20 quid - what more do you want ?
23rd January 2010