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Isle of Jura The Sound

(100cl, 42.5%)

Isle of Jura The Sound

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Isle of Jura The Sound Bottling Note

The Sound is the entry level expression from Isle of Jura's Travel Retail range, all of which feature whisky finished in casks that previous held Pedro Ximénez sherry of various aged. This particular single malt was finished in casks that matured 15 year old Pedro Ximénez sherry. Sadly, there isn't a whisky in the range called The Fury to pair this with.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Soft caramel and sultana notes. Burnt oak balanced by floral malt.

Palate: Orange syrup, rose petal, cherry and a touch of five-spice.

Finish: Chocolatey on the finish, joined by buttered brown bread.

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Isle of Jura The Sound Reviews

Jura Sound very beautiful . Good whisky for gift. Really enjoyed.

Very nice. Perfect drink

8th February 2019

Average

This is a nice but unspectacular addition to the Jura range. When I saw it was £60 a bottle I was expecting something spectacular, but it's far from it. It's not unpleasant and quite drinkable, but I'd rather have a Balvenie 12 year old at half the price.

28th December 2018

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