Region: Island Of Mull
In keeping with the Jura style, the box bears the Celtic symbol for birth, while the bottle combines a bit of the old fashioned with a bit of the modern, being clear with a slight indentation about the waist and embedded lettering.
In the glass, Isle of Jura’s 10 Year Old has a light, almost lemony gold coloring. The scotch has a woody nose with a hint of floral honey. The light color belies the flavor, which is of a mid-to-heavy body. Once again, the oaky wood is in the forefront, with dabs of sweet honey, caramel and vanilla behind it. The finish is smoky, with just a tinge of a spicy bite on it.