- Whiskybase ID
- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Stated Age
- 10 years old
- 40.0 % Vol.
- 50 ml
- Bottle code
- M8 010 B6
- Added on
- 18 Jan 2015 10:26 am by JSW
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Whisky Reviews for Isle of Jura 10-year-old
14 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 75.39 points
Malty, green fruit.
Sweet, brown sugar/honey, but woody.
A really great malt for its age and price.
At first gently with a light smoke aroma and nuts. Then vanilla and salt. Later spices and a nice orange note. Quite complex.
Very oily, fresh and fruity. Then a lot of pepper and warming.
Malt, more salt, maybe a trace of iodine and smoke. Then a dark aroma remains for a long time.
- NR 19 in my 2020 advent calendar, yellow gold in color, slightly oily movement in the glass, small narrow medium slow tears.
lemon orange, salty salty, match, soft spicy, soft with alcohol, fresh, very light bubblegum-like touch,
creamy, soft, not easy this .... sweet salty, spicy note, light tingling, soft wood influences
light mouthwashes, softly greasy and half long
- .... a very pleasant standard whisky. Light and easy to drink.
- A simple good average Malt - the entry into the Jura Range. Unfortunately dyed, cool filtered and bottled with only 40%!
flowery, fruity (apple, pear), sweet, honey, subtle vanilla note;
restrained slightly oily onset, low smoke (?), tingling, spicy, noticeably fruity (compote, oranges), sweet malt, honey, creamy;
medium length finish; slightly bitter in the finish;
- Contradictory whisky. It starts with really excellent nose, very light and complex as for 10-year-old, without any alcohol influence. However, every further step leads you down: watery palate and indistinct finish. I would call this whisky "a bit-whisky": a bit sweet, a bit nutty, a bit malty, a bit bitter but without any central core although the nose was very promising. Basically only the nose brings it the 8 grade in my scale. Higher ABV (43 or better 46) would definitely rescue this malt. P.S. I checked some other reviews and all tasters had the same opinion: higher ABV would significantly improve this whisky.
Light, baked/overripe apples, lollipop candies, walnut, flowers, flower honey notes, water opens maltiness
Malty, a bit sweet, orange zest, light spiciness and bitterness, a bit nutty
Very short, semi-dry, slightly bitter, nutty, radish notes