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Jura Seven Wood Whisky

(70cl, 42%)

Jura Seven Wood

Jura Seven Wood Bottling Note

You may have guessed it already from this expression's name, but the Isle of Jura Seven Wood is made with whisky drawn from seven different types of cask. There's American white oak, and six other French oaks, Limousin, Tronçais, Allier, Vosges, Jupilles, and Les Bertranges. Intriguing stuff, this.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Nutmeg, strawberry jam on toast, Brazil nuts.

Palate Lemon peel, sawdust, apricot and cooked peach.

Finish Heavy vanilla. A hint of smoke develops.

Reviews for Jura Seven Wood
the seven wood is amazing i have drank every jura produced and rate te 7 wood the best value for money.
james , United Kingdom
5 months ago
I love Jura 10 yr. I hate Jura 18 in regards to red wine cask finish. But this 7 wood is exceptional!
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Love it
I enjoy the Jura Seven Wood. It has complex flavors, but will not overwhelm you in a bad way. Just a fun whisky! One of my stable stocked bottles.
Tom C , United States
2 years ago
Agree with others not the greatest
But of a mix of flavours. Agree with previous comments that mention it settles when opened and also agree with those that say its a bit muddled. I didnt get strawberry, for me I got banana, oak and a bit of smoke. A teaspoon of water further developed the sweetness of the fruit notes. £30 clearance, Im at the end of the bottle and the space it leaves wont be filled by another 7 Wood.
Deb S , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Very nice and interesting
Definitely get the strawberry jam on toast on the nose, while the palate is quite complex with lots of nuts and wood, more jam and some earthy coffee to boot.
Dark chocolate and vanilla linger, but I don't get any smoke. Would happily buy again.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Better once a 1/3rd in
Strawberry jam on toast, cooked peach and heavy vanilla is the official description from MoM .... wasnt quite expecting it to be just that. Someone below mentioned that its settles down afetr opening, couldnt agree more. Interesting dram!
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Not bad, too young
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Very good!!
So it was actually the French Oak Jura I have and it's really nice! On first opening it was quiet fruit drive with orange peel, dried fruit, some spice but after a day or 2 it really changed and it opened up much more and became more softer with some light peat notes, rounder and smoother.
So definitely changed and improved after a few days. Really love Jura and Islay Malts. I did a 100 mile cycle around Islay next to Jura (ride of the fallen rain 2019) and will definitely one day get on to Jura. I would definitely recommend this "French Oak" and I do want to try the Seven Wood next although a little bit more expensive I'm sure it will be worth it.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Muddled indeed
Someone further down the comments also noted that the flavours are very muddled and I have to agree... I found it very hard to identify anything from this one. Despite this, it is an interesting taste with a lovely finish to it.
All in all not as complex as I was hoping.
Robert M , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Really interesting whisky!
I was really intrigued by this whisky, it is apparently made with whisky drawn from 7 different French oak casks and it certainly does not disappoint! There is a whole arrays of different flavours and delivers something new with every sip. Its very well balanced, rich and smooth with a slight spicy kick.

Definitely one to add to the collection!
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago

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