Jura / Jura

Jura 22yr One For The Road Review

Jura 22yr One For The Road Only 5000 of these bottles were produced, as a farewell shout to distillery Manager Willie Cochrane who was retiring. Finished in Pinot Noir casks and bottled at natural strength this is an interesting dram.

This is less winey than i expected and much more like a sherried dram, a good sherried dram, with dired fruits and sweetness, there's a hint of milkyness which i like too, milk chocolate and sponge cake mix, tasty stuff.

This is gone from more specialists now but if you want to give it a try you can still get a sample sized dram from Master of Malt.

Thanks to Jura for the official sample.

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

Sweet dried fruit cake, rich fruits, Demerara sugar cake mix and lightly lactic, almost milky, hints of milk chocolate, touches of Victoria sponge mix, sugary and tasty.

Palate

Tasty and sweet although a little rubbery, cake mix, Demerara sugar, prunes and dried fruits, raisins and sultanas with dried apricots and plums and nectarines, milky and chocolatey

Finish

Sweet, rubbery, milky

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Jura 22yr One For The Road
Age: 22
ABV: 47.00
Distiller: Jura
Bottler: Jura
Type: Single Malt
From: Scotland, Islands
Posted: 15/02/2017 by Tom



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