Isle of Jura 10 year old Early 2000’s


Isle of Jura Distillery bottling

Aged 10 years

In Presentation Tin with Isle of Jura Herald winter 2003

40% ABV   70cl

Out of stock

Product Description

Isle of Jura 10 year old Early 2000’s

This Isle of Jura 10 year old Early 2000’s can be dated fairly accurately as the presentation tin contains a copy of the Isle of Jura Herald  from Winter 2003.



Isle of Jura Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distillery Style Tasting Notes;

Nose: Light and salty. Floral, citric with a trace of smoke.

Palate: Light to medium bodied. Sweet and malty, heather, slightly salty and a trace of peat.

Finish: Long, malty and salty.

This whisky is a Coastal Maritime Whisky. See what other drams we have that may take your fancy try our whisky by taste selection.

Isle of Jura Scotch Whisky Distillery History.

The distillery is near to a cave where illegal distilling is known to have been carried out since the 1600s.

Established in 1810 by the Laird Archibald Campbell.

The whisky distilled at that time was a characteristic peaty Islay style malt whisky – not at all like the present day product.

Let out to many people over the years.

Eventually leased to a James Ferguson in 1875 and renovated in 1884 records show that it was distilling 65,000 gallons per year.

More information about the Jura Whisky Distillery Click Here


Additional Information

Weight 1.8 kg

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