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This is a sixteen year old Isle of Jura bottling from Douglas Laing's Old Malt Cask range. Jura was the home to George Orwell when he wrote the eponymous Nineteen Eighty-Four. Maybe he needed a dram of this to cheer him up afterwards?
The Old Malt Cask range began as a release of fifty bottlings in 1998 to commemorate Douglas Laing's fiftieth anniversary. Today they offer many, many more. All bottlings in the range are non-chill filtered and contain no naughty colouring.
Nose: Light and floral initially before salted caramel and barley sugar waltz in.
Palate: The palate is creamy with a pinch of salt followed by butterscotch and a little black pepper.
Finish: Reasonably long with aniseed, white pepper and parma violets.
Overall: A light expression of Jura's only malt whisky, great salted caramel and pepper notes.
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