Shipping Weight when Packed: 2.00 KG
One cask of Isle Of Jura Single Malt Scotch Whisky. Distilled 1992. Originally filled into a Hogshead.
This cask was regauged on 22/08/2017. The regauged litres were found to be approximately 138.39 Bulk litres at a strength of 49.6%. This would currently yield approximately 197 x 70cl bottles of whisky currently at 25 years old
This cask is held in bonded warehouse No 6; Isle of Jura Scotland. Annual storage must be arranged direct with the Warehouse after the sale. Contact details will be given by the current cask owner.
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Whisky Online Auctions Tasting Notes Cask 5488:
Colour: Light gold
Nose: This one is more savoury at first, more bready and yeasty with pleasing and warm notes of toasted seeds, trail mix, nuts, olive oil and soot. Some earthy and ever so slightly waxy qualities emerge as well with a little time. Goes on with some green fruits and darjeeling tea.
Palate: Savoury again on delivery. More nuts, seeds, coal, wet earth, gravel, muesli, cereals and crushed oatcakes. A little saltiness and some delicate wood spices. Goes on with camphor resin, cured meats and touches of black olive paste and umami seasoning.
Finish: Medium-long and full of spices, grass, minerals, some citrus notes and a gently fading coastal character.
Comments: Probably the best of the four Jura casks. And also the one with the most future staying power. Although, my feeling is it would not really take more than a further two years maturation and that it could quite easily be bottled now or in the next few months.
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Please note: due to the various ages of bottles and their seals, condition of liquid is at the buyer's discretion and no claim can be lodged against failure/leakage in transit.
This auction ended on
3rd of January 2018 08:10:00 PM
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