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Jura 10 Year Old Whisky

(70cl, 40%)

Jura 10 Year Old
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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.

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.

Reviews for Jura 10 Year Old
Not improved.
I bought a bottle of this fifteen years ago and was sorely disappointed. I’ve just tried the same and it still is very disappointing. All the flavour notes are there but it feels like they’ve been added as some sort of concentrate and that the whisky is a fiery, youthful one which has had this and colouring added to fool someone. That’s the only way I can describe it. Like a Highland malt but with the smoothness of a grain whisky! I shall probably pour it away.
Ryan P , United Kingdom
3 months ago
Great taste - light introduction to peat smoke
Light vanilla and smoke on the nose. Sweet and spicy on the pallet with hints of smoke, light body and easy drinking. Finish is warm, smooth and long.
Master of Malt Customer
4 months ago
Nice taste with slight smoke flavour
A nice whisky with a little but very nice amount of smokey tone. A bit spicy and a bit sweet. This is a good introduction to a newby friend to smokey flavoured whisky
Karl Jessen , United Kingdom
4 months ago
Nothing to add,. Wow
Delicious, not too peaty, smooth and delightful.
Jeremy T , United Kingdom
11 months ago
Found a bottle of the old 10 in my dad's cupboard and I prefer the newer version as the tastes are kind of more separated, whereas the old was molded into one. Both excellent though, especially for the price
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
A staple in my cupboard
Excellent dram peaches, sweetness and a dusty Barley smell on the nose with a touch of smoke. Chocolate orange, oily, peaches and some coffee on the pallet and a smooth finish. I found a bottle of the ikd 10 yo in my dad's cupboard and I prefer this one. The old one was nice, kind of like a fruit cake, but each to their own
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Old was good. This is not.
Nothing like the old 10yo Origin. Jura has gone downhill since its rebranding. Rubbish.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Wish it was better
Sometimes excellent! easy drinking, smooth, subtle. But sometimes like zingy paper, watery, papery, woody. Awesome and disappointing in 2 different bottles. Have drunken enough to share the notes.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Excellent for the price
You've got all that you want from a whisky for €26! I initially tried this neat and the nose was smokey with a sweetness not unlike peat, a little bit of water allowed the chocolate and coffee through as well as hints of ginger and orange with the smoke more in the background.

Taste when neat was sweet and oily, kind of like peat and it was quite peppery after a while. With water it was much smoother, very chocolatey, hints of coffee and black pepper again after a while.

Aftertaste is oily, peppery, smokey, nice. Basically this is a great all rounder especially for the price. If you're into smoke and peat with sweetness and pepper, anything which resembles an islay (I have a smokehead and laphroaig 10, both of which I really enjoy, Bowmore 12 is my favourite) you'll enjoy this, of not, look elsewhere
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
It's not great
I've given this one numerous chances yet it continues to disappoint. Possibly a bad bottle? I doubt I'll buy again to test this theory.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago

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