Filling: 10 years, original bottling, 40% alc.
Nose: earthy and salty, hints of olive oil, freshly beaten fir.
Palate: Dry sweetness, barley and malt, tingling. In the end fleur de sel.
Finish: short with grain, again the salt.
Conclusion: The standard bottling of a small distillery on a tiny island. Not complex, some false notes and yet somehow interesting. By the way, Jura is pronounced "Jura" and means red deer. The island has only a few hundred inhabitants, but over 10,000 red deer.
(tasted 2011, price currently just under € 28.00 in the supermarket) https://www.facebook.com/notesofwhisky