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Jura 27 Year Old 1988 - Highland Laird (Bartels Whisky)

(70cl, 52.4%)

Jura 27 Year Old 1988 - Highland Laird (Bartels Whisky)

Jura 27 Year Old 1988 Bottling Note

A single cask bottling of single malt Scotch whisky from the Jura distillery, presented as part of the Highland Laird range by Bartels Whisky. This was distilled in 1988 and matured for 27 years in a bourbon hogshead before being bottled at cask strength with no additional colours. This one comes with a rather handsome presentation case, too!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Tunnock's Caramel Wafers, sea breeze, dusty bookshelves and fresh barley.

Palate: Flamed orange peel, custard, white pepper and thick dates.

Finish: Lasting mint, salt and pepper crisps and a touch of lemon.

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Jura 27 Year Old 1988 - Highland Laird (Bartels Whisky) Reviews

A strange whisky

This was a disappointment. It is a strange whisky, and I disliked what seemed to me to be an overpowering perfumed taste, quite unlike any other whisky I've tasted in 40 years. I simply did not enjoy it. I'd rather have a bottle of Famous Grouse than this. My partner took a more generous view. In her view it was drinkable, and not unpleasant, but she agreed it was about the strangest whisky she had encountered, with what she called an 'eau de cologne' feel to it.

13th December 2018

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