27 April 2013
Uniquely crafted, this 1977 vintage takes its name from the Gaelic word for the 'Yew Tree'. Translated as Juar', the yew tree has long been associated with immortality and regeneration. Some even believe that it brings access to the 'otherworld'.
Filled to cask in 1977, originally matured in three first fill bourbon casks before being finished in a ruby port pipe for 12 months. It has absorbed the character and colour that only comes with careful aging.
Presented in a hand crafted wooden box by Scottish based cabinet maker, John Galvin.
Each of the 498 bottles released have been hand carved by John.
A rare vintage from Isle of Jura Distillery
Tags: Isle Of Jura
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