Single malt lovers will be familiar with Jura and their delicious scotch. The brand has just announced two rare vintage limited edition bottles, the 1988 and 1989 bottles.
Whisky maker Gregg Glass said, “Jura has been in a unique position to create a history of single malts like no other. These releases are no exception and are a reflection of the dedication of our community over generations to produce the finest whiskies. Our rare and limited releases pay homage to the people and breath-taking landscape of Jura over the years, and offer our growing, global community the truly unique flavour of our island home.”
The 1989 vintage has been matured in American white oak ex-Bourbon barrels for 30 years. The 1988 one has also been matured in the white oak barrels, and then transferred to Port pipes for a further five years. The ’89 has flavours of honeyed pear, vanilla cake and spicy cinnamon. The ’88 has notes of honey, baked apples, red fruits and toasted pistachios.
They’re bottled at 52.8% and 53.5% ABV respectively. Both are available at the price of cost £650 per 700ml. They are without caramel colouring or chill filtration. So for the whiskey connoisseurs amongst you, why not get these before the limited stocks run out?