A mysterious Scotch.
Established in 1810 on the Isle of Jura, north-west of the Island (and whisky region) of Islay. As with many other Scotch distilleries, Jura went through a rough patch in the first half of the 20th century. It wasn't until 1960, when two local estate owners, Robin Fletcher and Tony Riley-Smith rebuilt the distillery and introduced taller stills that allowed Jura to create a wider mix of malts. Jura’s Whiskies are just as unique as their place – a range of rich, seafaring Whiskies – some lightly peated, others carrying a heavier peated profile.
The Isle of Jura 21 Year Old is a a discontinued expression from Jura's "rare-milestones" range. Aged in vintage casks, this Scotch is full-bodied, with marzipan, walnuts and bitter chocolate notes. Gets better and better as you get to know it. It’s the essence of Jura, and it really is something special.