Appearance – Dark Gold in colour, it’s very viscous on the glass, and slow thin legs.
Nose – Lots of Honey to start this off, followed by Oak, Vanilla, and apricots, there’s also white pepper spice, and cherry drop sweets.
Palate – Straight into loverly sweetness, pineapple cubes, candied lemon rind, Apricots, and slowly it changes to brown sugar, cinnamon, slightly smokey, oak, Cocoa bitterness, cider, and dark rum, very nice.
Finish – Medium to long in length, oak, cinnamon, lemon and pineapple cubes.
My thoughts – As a long time drinker of Jura this is such a sweet drop, balanced with the usual Jura oak and some smoke, this could turn your head.
Would I buy a bottle? – Yes, I personally really like it, and would love a bottle in the cupboard.
Thanks to – @WhiskyGregg (Twitter), @whyteandmackay, @TheWhiskyWire (Twitter), @TweetTastings (Twitter).
Picture credit – The Whisky Exchange.