Established in 1810, the name of JURA's single malts is inspired from the 'Island of JURA' described as one of the most 'un-getable places' by English writer George Orwell because of its distant location in London. The serenity of the location contributes to the unique blending process where whisky not only absorbs the flavors of the wood, but also the island's sea breeze passing over the porous walls of barrels. Often the smallest of factors can affect the balance of flavors in whisky. Jura, as they say is an island rich in history, myths and superstitions and thelegacy dates back to 8000 years ago where the pre-historic graveyard at Kilearnadil was said to be the resting place of a saint.
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