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Jura, probably one of my favourite distilleries, recently announced a completely new range of their whiskies, and this post reviews four of the five new releases.
This weeks Now in Stores has a whopping 183 new items in the listing from 4 online retailers.
This weeks Now in Stores has an really impressive 168 new items in the listing from 3 online retailers.
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This Jura Seven Wood from the recently announced signature series from Jura i've seen described as the Jura equivalent of Dalmores King Alexander III.
This Jura 18 Year Old from the recently announced signature series from Jura is the oldest, with age statement, in the new Signature range.
This Jura 12 Year Old from the recently announced signature series from Jura I believe will only be available from Specialist retailers and is a nice addition to the range.
This Jura 10 Year Old from the recently announced signature series from Jura really tickled my palate and i can see myself drinking a fair amount of this in the future.
Black and White Blended Scotch holds a special place for me, it was the one dram that my Grandad drank and the one that was most frequently in my Dads glass also, meaning this was very likely the first dram i had having dipped a finger into my Dads glass sometime in the late 70s to early 80s.
Third of the four new wood finishes from Glenglassaugh Distillery, this is the Peated Port wood, pretty self explanitory.