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Isle of Jura 10 Year Old

(70cl, 40%)

Isle of Jura 10 Year Old
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Isle of Jura 10 Year Old Bottling Note

Part of the new core range of whiskies launched by Isle of Jura in early 2018, this 10 year old expression takes the place of Jura Origin. It's initially aged in American white oak bourbon barrels before enjoying a finishing period in Oloroso sherry butts and bottled at 40% ABV. It has the subtle smoke characteristic of Jura's excellent Island single malts, with robust vanilla and an intense kick of sherried sweetness underneath.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Honeyed barley and peaches in syrup, with light wafts of fragrant wood smoke.

Palate: Oily and subtly spicy at first, before notes of earthy vanilla pod and chocolate-covered raisins develop.

Finish: Another touch of smoke rounds things off.

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Isle of Jura 10 Year Old Reviews

Can be great, can be mediocre

Inconsistent between bottles. I've bought two of these now, the first bottle was beautifully smooth and flavor. The second bottle, although still flavourful was very harsh by comparison which I think is reflected across the mixed reviews here. If you get a good batch it's great if not then it's a tad disappointing. Worth picking up when cheap though!

12th November 2020

One of the best whiskeys available for under £30

Fantastic malt, but what do you expect from Jura. Smoky but not overwhelming, with fruity notes coming through. Lasts on the tongue. Excellent balance, a joy to enjoy. Fantastic value.

3rd November 2020

Smokey, leaves a chemical aftertaste

Not as pleasant as I’d hoped, nice enough much better than your standard single malt but nothing ground breaking.

10th October 2020

Beautiful and well rounded whiskey.

Another classic from Jura. Smokey, with notes of Vanilla and fruit. Long lasting finish. Very strong all rounder, and an absolute steal for under £30.

2nd October 2020

An all-rounder

A nice balanced all-rounder. Pleasant sweetness with subtle smoke. If you fancy an easy going sweeter dram on and evening, can’t go far wrong at this price. No standout notes, which can often be a compliment.

30th August 2020


Good balance; your first experience is smoke and peppery spice, before an onrush of honey and sweetness. Very easy drinking, but value for money? 30 quid a bottle opens it up to a fairly crowded and competitive market.

5th August 2020


I gave this a rather harsh review as I loved Origin which this replaces. Having persisted, it's still not Origin but it's far nicer than I originally gave it credit. Gentle smoke, creamy vanilla...really quite pleasant. Probably only 3.5 but rated higher to counteract my other score!!

12th July 2020

Cant go wrong for me

Creamy chocolate, raspberry, vanilla, and spice. Goes down a treat after a meal

8th July 2020

Oh dear nooooo!

Jura's 10YO Origin was my favourite 'cheap' whiskey. It bunched well above its weight. I have no idea what Jura were thinking with this new direction, but this isn't a patch on the Origin, so harsh and more like a cheap, nasty bourbon than the creamy smoothness of the Origin. Such a damned shame.

4th June 2020


I paid £25 (discounted from £38)
I wouldn't buy again even at that price. I personally just find it very harsh and not smooth. Quite a pleasant taste though.

15th March 2020


I do quite like this..fruity sherry,coffee,ginger,spicy..all nice flavours and easy to drink.Quite intense for 40% abv,not watery at all,like some weaker whiskies.

10th February 2020

A mixer

30 quid these days isn't bad for a10 year old. But I tried this in a pub for the first time last night. Maybe cause the bottle was opened for my drink. It maybe hadn't had time to oxidise. But my first impression was far from good. Can't recommend at all.

2nd February 2020

Sweet, viscous Apple cores

Amazingly smooth and sweet with what I felt was almost a viscous Apple core feel in the mouth ~ not a whisky connoisseur but loved it

18th January 2020

Had to share

Very enjoyable, very smooth, a very pleasant change tasting whisky without the bite,the only down side was her indoors enjoyed too so had to share

5th January 2020


Very nice, well it suits my taste buds, so it's a 4 from me.
Surprised at the smokiness.

25th December 2019

Calm down with the e150!

Way to much e150 colouring in this whisky and lacks complexity, I bought this when it was discounted and wouldnt be happy to pay the full price.

1st October 2019

A mistaken attempt to improve

Pulled up to 3 stars by the fact that, at face value, it's pretty damn nice. This would be worth a good four (or more) if tasted in isolation. But given the whisky this's lucky to get any stars at all.

The honey/raisin sweetness threaded with woodsmoke is still there, and it would take a lot of doing to ruin that, but...well, have you ever made a sauce with molasses or black treacle in it, then tasted it and thought "just a BIT more"? Then you stir more in but you wish you'd left it be? Although it's now fine, it's just darker and richer than you want - how it was would have been better.

A step down from where it was. Good, but "best ever, absolute favourite"? Definitely not.

23rd June 2019

Used to love this one

What have they done - way too dark for an islay??
Theres a still a hint of the old jura taste but now hidden in a sea of dark oak and coffee

11th April 2019

Definitely would buy again

Smells awful but terrific smooth taste top draw

6th April 2019

Pleasant whisky for an autumn evening.

Got this at Tesco for £25 and happy for the price. Nothing overly spectacular but a nice entry level whisky. Not got the kick of other whiskies but their is a honey taste initially and then a string raisin/date taste to it with a hint of caramel. A pleasant drink but don’t expect it to blow your socks off.

2nd February 2019

Worth a Try Now and Again but not a Keeper!

Whilst not a deep and complex whiskey, there is a lot going on and most of what's going on is pretty tasty, albeit not particularly well balanced. Tinned lychees with a hint of honey and some floral, almost violet, notes on the nose. Pleasant oily mouthfeel reveals a taste of chocolate raisins (I know its plagiarism but it's true!) mixed with apricots before an aftertaste of chilli white chocolate leaves the tongue and lips a-tingling! It's a pleasant dram but, would I buy it in the face of better balanced competition? Well, I wouldn't rule it out but, more often than not, I would be looking elsewhere!

10th July 2018

Oh Dear Jura, your ripping us off!

Not all bad but very thin mouth feel and just tastes like is lacking a punch on delivery. Was a big fan of their superstition so can not understand the change. They are clearly charging considerably more for a noticeably inferior product.

14th May 2018

Great entry level whisky

Hurrah! Now this is much better than the old version. Smoke, fruit and a little caramel. Light, pleasant and very well balanced. I'm a fan again.

12th May 2018

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