Friday, 14 November 2014

News: Jura 1984 celebrating a famous inhabitant

#NothingIsWhatItSeems


Jura seems to be celebrating George Orwell's dystopian classic 1984. All communication channels from the Jura brand were 'hijacked' and redacted by The Party for a few days.

A bunch of professional journalists and whisky writers were invited to unveil the resistance organised by Whyte & Mackay on the eve of November 13.


A new Vintage


Not much is known about the new Vintage whisky. The whisky was presented yesterday to a limited audience and we have seen a few shots from the packaging.

Update: It is a 30 year old whisky, bottled at 44% ABV. Matured in bourbon casks from Jim Beam for 22yrs, transferred to Gonzales Byass Matusalem 30yo Sherry butts for over 6 yrs and finally finished in Amoroso Oloroso sweet sherry casks.

Limited to 1984 bottles at £750 RRP



Tasting notes from Chapman & Gorm


Nose: dried orange. savoury, leather. Cocoa and a touch of maritime elements, not too loud but a lit going on.

Palate: salty, lots of sherry, sweet&salty start. Touch of earty smoke (very subtle) and a big savoury palate with a lot happening. Surprisingly easy drinking

Finish: sour dry finish with excellent aged elements and dry sherry notes



Jura 1984


the backside of the bottle?

invitation of the evening for @stevebooker

images: Jura Whisky and Steve Booker
source: Chapman and Gorm


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