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Isle of Jura 22 Year Old 1992 (cask 10362) - Old Particular (Douglas Laing)

(70cl, 47.9%)

Isle of Jura 22 Year Old 1992 (cask 10362) - Old Particular (Douglas Laing)

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Jura 22 1992 #10362 Bottling Note

From Douglas Laing's marvellous Old Particular range of independently bottled whiskies comes a rather stunning single cask, single malt distilled by Jura. Back in March 1992, they filled hogshead #10362 with their single malt and left it to mature. 22 years later, in May 2014, the cask was cracked open and the wonderfully complex Island whisky was bottled with an outturn of 282 bottles. A core of golden barley, wrapped in brown sugar and toffee, with classic maritime notes wafting in - gorgeous stuff.

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Isle of Jura 22 Year Old 1992 (cask 10362) - Old Particular (Douglas Laing) Reviews

Mr. McClain

The burst of flavor comes from the floor of the forest, acorns cut open and marinated in juice from an orange. Aroma is not too intense. It beckons the hunter to come home from the hill and to mellow in the warmth of a cherry wood fire while savoring the events of the day afield with gun and dog.

4th March 2015

Interesting, But Not Sold . . .

From a neat pour;

The nose immediately lends notes of brown butter, butterscotch, dark chocolate toffee, iced gingerbread, carrot cake, and sea salt. After opening up there was eventually green pine, damp hay, toast, and marmalade.

The palate is velvety smooth, warm, and lightly spiced with a herbal quality of sage stuffing from turkey dinner. No, seriously!

The finish is long and silky, with hints of celery, white pepper and licorice.

This dram certainly has some unique tasting notes. However, I can't say that I necessarily agree with the assessment above. It's not just toffee and maritime - that's more Bunnahabhain - this Jura 22 is seriously more bold, earthy, herbal, and complex in a unexpected and somewhat disorganized manner.

3rd March 2015

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