Archive JURA 1984

JURA 1984

Single Malt, Scotland / Highlands-jura, 70cl, Ref: 18976

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  • Floral
  • Fruity
  • Iodized
  • Spicy
  • Woody
  • Unpeated
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Tasting note

  • Appearance : cuivre orange.
  • Nose : fin, complexe. L’orge maltée sert de colonne vertébrale à la palette aromatique. Elle est tour à tour blonde, onctueuse et granuleuse. Puis, une fine tourbe sèche fait son apparition. Il évolue sur les agrumes (orange), la gelée de coing et les fleurs capiteuses (pivoine, réséda).
  • Palate : racée, élégante. Son attaque est un mélange de vivacité et d’onctuosité. Du tabac frais et des fruits secs procurent beaucoup de charme au milieu de bouche. Elle devient de plus en plus exotique (mangue, ananas). Subtile, l’arrière-bouche est torréfiée, épicée (poivre, safran) et chocolatée.
  • Overall : longue, délicate. Des fleurs (rose fanée, pivoine, chèvrefeuille) dressent un tableau capiteux et coloré. Progressivement, des rafales de poivre dynamisent la bouche et roulent sur la langue. Si la tourbe est diaphane, en revanche elle se révèle iodée et saline. La rétro-olfaction est réglissée et fumée, et le verre vide balsamique (xérès, pin, chêne).
The brand

The brand

Linked only to Islay by a mini-ferry, the distillery is probably one of the most isolated in Scotland. It’s therefore no surprise that its single malt is so easily identifiable, its isolation giving it its own character marked by heart-warming and exotic sensations. Only very lightly peated, Jura has a freshness of mentholated pear that goes hand-in-hand with its malty and salty notes in its 10 and 16 year old expressions. To compete with its neighbour Islay, Jura also began producing a very peaty single malt: Superstition. Find out more

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