The folk on the Isle of Jura are proud of their road and their pub, their communal store and distinguished Distillery set next to a giant natural whirlpool. The ancient Whisky works were rebuilt in 1963, complete with a set of conspicuously tall Stills. Like most tight communities, the people of Jura retain a canon of superstitions which date back to times unknown, building haystacks in a clockwise direction and never cutting their peat before May, timeless traditions which are part and parcel of creating the world's finest and most unique Island Malt.
Deep dark amber gold. Lightly peated nose with hints of smoke, the complexity of honey and of pine. A palate of peated and unpeated layers, matured to perfection in the southern hospitality of seasoned Bourbon casks. The finest Jura Whiskies are assembled into Prophecy Malt, revealing a different flavour to explore with every dram.