The colour is deep gold and the nose offers a fresh profile of yellow fruits, summer flowers, barley sugars and spicy wooden aromas. Nicely balanced and delicate but not the most complex one. The initial mouthfeel is warming and a little coating without distracting moments. The taste is rather sweet on yellow fruits again, honeys, sugars and a delicate spiciness that pops up after some chewing. The wood stays in the background which is great (these days) so the dram is neither over-powered nor spiked. A really nice surprise, actually I like this! The finish is of medium length and adds more of the delicate spicy and fugde-ish flavours that I like. No bitter or drying feeling - the whole dram seems to be flawless. Water is not needed.
This is one of the best Jura I had for quite some time - very delicious and dangerously quaffable. And by the way, I do not find any of the cheesy-sweaty flavours that so often come with a Jura dram - hey, I will put Jura back on my list of recommendable modern stuff!