Jura Single Malt Whisky has unveiled new additions to its family of single malt whiskies with the launch of Jura Tide and Jura Time, both aged for 21 Years, they bring to life the tiny island provenance for the super-premium market.
With not one, but two 21 year old expressions, Jura offers a classic Single Malt age statement popular with enthusiast whisky consumers worldwide. The pair offer a unique point of difference for collectors and are produced to strict allocation due to the limited availability of Jura’s older aged maturing inventory.
On the night of December 5 there was an opportunity to try 5 new expressions, The Jura Sherry Cask Collection. The Jura Sherry Cask Collection, is comprised of five whiskies; The Bay, The Loch, The Road, The Paps and The Sound, which have been matured in ex-bourbon barrels before being finished in Pedro Ximénez casks for different periods of time.
Each whisky has it’s own character, what makes it a big adventure for the taste buds. From The Sound to The Paps, it sounds like a Netflix series, and a good one too.
A new house style of whisky, featuring a new combination of sweetness from American white oak ex-bourbon barrels and a hint of subtle smoke, with each further enchanted by special selected casks from around Europe.
Time to go on the road, with one distillery and one purpose; Discovering Jura, a distillery operating on the island of Jura to the north of Islay.
This month the regular whisky testing at The Abbey featured the new range of Jura whisky. The well-respected Prophecy, Origin and Superstition have been replaced by this new range.
On a nice mild evening, the Whisky Club members negotiated the seemingly endless roadworks and arrived at The Abbey looking forward to tasting the new whiskies.