Saturday, 7 February 2009


.... just to the north of Islay lays Jura, where the author George Orwell wrote '1984'.
It is a remote and odd Island with a strange Malt which, like some other notable Malts including Tobermory and Auchentoshan, is not up to much as a young whisky, but at 16 years plus, starts to sparkle.
This whisky has a character of rich malt, walnuts, marzipan and vanilla
ending drier and with peat-hints.
Isle of Jura 'Superstition' 88/100

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