A well-matured whisky that you may never have the opportunity to buy again, we grabbed as much of this as we could to make sure you could still get a hold of this beauty.
Off of Scotland's west coast, lays a very special distillery which has been quietly maturing malts for over 200 years. After 21 years of maturation in beachside warehouses, this malt has developed intoxicating aromas of fudge, floral honey and vanilla with nutty overtones and waves of sea brine that bombard the palate and finish with sweet sherry notes that don't quit. Whether you're a fan of aged single malts or looking to try something new, the Isle of Jura won't disappoint.
The Isle of Jura is nestled off the West Coast of Scotland. It's only 60 miles as the crow flies from Glasgow but takes a wee while to get there. One road, one distillery, one pub, one shop and one community. It's often been described as remote and even George Orwell went so far as to say it was 'the most un-get-at-able place', whilst he was writing 1984. In 1963, whisky conglomerate Whyte and Mackay rebuilt a derelict distillery, on a remote island, beside a giant whirlpool, helped revive a community and launched a legend. Ever since they've been using their incredibly tall stills to create a uniquely crafted mix of whiskies that set us apart from all other distilleries. From sweet and mellow to rich and smoky, they're sure to have a whisky that suits the most discerning full bodied fanatic or peat freak.