The Scottish distillery Jura, which takes its name from the small island on which it is located, has launched a new limited edition of whisky, single malt 1977 Vintage “ju-ar”. Ju-RA in Gaelic It means yew, a tree that was once very common on the island and those associated with immortality and regeneration.
Deposited in barrel in 1977 the whisky has matured in three bourbon barrels, always debuting them, passing the last twelve months in port barrels. This aged care Liquor brings to the 1977 Vintage very special character and color.
The whisky is sweet, fruity and a warm amber. On the nose it offers subtle notes of peach, creamy, sweet pineapple and mature maple syrup candy. In mouth you will find hints of PEAR, passion fruit, kiwi and sweet apricots.
Each of the 498 bottles 1977 Vintage arises in a case of solid oak wood made by hand by John Galvin, Scottish cabinetmaker. With a price of about 700 Euros the whisky Jura 1977 Vintage ju-ar It can be ordered in the shop’s own distillery or in specialised stores.
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