Mark’s Whisky Ramblings 239: Isle of Jura 30 Year Old
Mark Dermul, Belgian whiskyblogger, goes Jura! It has been way too long since he last tried a whisky from the Isle of Jura. So let him go for the big guns and try a 30 Year Old that listens to the name Camas an Staca, which means as much as Standing Stones. It refers to some of the ancient stones spread over the island. The whisky matured for 27 years in American oak and then got a finish for three years on Spanish Amoroso sherry casks.