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Isle of Jura Whisky £16.79. @ Co-op
Isle of Jura Whisky £16.79. @ Co-op

Isle of Jura Whisky £16.79. @ Co-op

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Just received an e-mail from Isle of Jura,stating that they are selling Isle of Jura whisky 70cl[not the superstition], through the co-operative stores,was £25.19 down to £16.79.
A cracking price for anyone who likes this or for xmas presents etc.
Its instore now,got mine!!!.
I do not think there is a link for this,but i am limited in knowledge or posting links, so please be gentle.

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best price at the mo

thanks for the post!

DB2k;7278172

according to this its a 1/3 off all malt … according to this its a 1/3 off all malt whiskyhttp://value.co-operative.coop/beverages.asp



Actually it says Selected Malt Whisky not All Malt Whisky!

Good deal and voted hot

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Hi
Thanks for posting. I have added an image to your post.
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Andy

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Thanks andywedge for the advice and update,and as stated by a kind poster, the reductions are not on all malts,presently Isle of Jura and Glenmorangie only.

It's not the best single malt out there but decent price.

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mccririck;7279274

It's not the best single malt out there but decent price.



What is then?

I personally buy single malts for their individuality and flavour, they are all quite different.

I tell you what slamdunkin...go for a nice bottle of Londis Whisky and you can't go far wrong!

Where was this when I needed to send my clients xmas tidings?

VERY smooth, Jura is nice for both beginners & old whisky hands alike, won'burn your throat & incredibly drinkable with / without water.

It is drinkable but lacks depth of character compared with the best.

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mccririck;7279423

It is drinkable but lacks depth of character compared with the best.



So what is the best then?

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slamdunkin;7279445

So what is the best then?


this is one of the best mate(personal opinion)!;-)

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MR GUS;7279409

VERY smooth, Jura is nice for both beginners & old whisky hands alike, … VERY smooth, Jura is nice for both beginners & old whisky hands alike, won'burn your throat & incredibly drinkable with / without water.


this guy knows his whisky!

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]My Misses has bought me a bottle of this as she knows I like the small island whiskys...I've just asked if I can try some for the benefit of this thread and shes said a definite NO.

So I look forward to trying it Christmas evening....I'll just have to make do with me Old Jim Beam till then

people need to realise that different is not necessairly better. Its all just personal taste...

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I rather like the fact that this is from an Island with only 188 people living on it.

It suggests a small distillery that make smaller batches which may vary slightly from batch to batch unlike the likes of glenfidick ect

slamdunkin;7279445

So what is the best then?



Down to personal taste. Well regarded ones are: Highland Park, Macallan, Old Pulteney, Talisker, Laphroaig, Lagavulin, Springbank

Talisker and Old Pulteney are tip-top, but then I prefer peaty whiskys.
(hot)

Is this deal for the 10 Y.O ?

Monkeybumcheeks;7279831

Is this deal for the 10 Y.O ?



Yes, anything older would not be that price.

mccririck;7279842

Yes, anything older would not be that price.



Its just that the picture in the op doesnt look like the 10 Y.O bottle.

If true, its a very good price

Monkeybumcheeks;7279850

Its just that the picture in the op doesnt look like the 10 Y.O bottle.If … Its just that the picture in the op doesnt look like the 10 Y.O bottle.If true, its a very good price



Image wasn't added by the OP but someone trying to help out with an image. Look through first page and you will spot it at post # 7.

I found this in the Co-op before I found it on here! But I still bought it - yummy. Great price for a good quality single malt.

Monkeybumcheeks;7279850

Its just that the picture in the op doesnt look like the 10 Y.O bottle.If … Its just that the picture in the op doesnt look like the 10 Y.O bottle.If true, its a very good price



10 year old is the youngest Jura there is so...

OP: "Just received an e-mail from Isle of Jura,stating that they are selling Isle of Jura whisky 70cl[not the superstition]"

Sorry if I'm missing something, but what superstition?

slamdunkin;7279311

What is then?I personally buy single malts for their individuality and … What is then?I personally buy single malts for their individuality and flavour, they are all quite different.



Spot on - very nice whisky at a very nice price :santa:

MadonnaProject;7279381

Where was this when I needed to send my clients xmas tidings?



Down the pub drinking cheap Whiskey and complaining about their cheap customers LOL:-D

Just like wine, there are only two types of whisky....those you like and those you don't like.

Any more analysis is fairly pointless.

Is this better straight or with lemonade or what?

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generaloneill;7281944

Is this better straight or with lemonade or what?


[SIZE=7]"LEMONADE"[/SIZE][SIZE=3] you are joking right [/SIZE]

generaloneill;7281944

Is this better straight or with lemonade or what?



Dont use lemonade, if you want to decrease the strength use water.

I've been given a 15yr Glenlivet, but don't know the first thing about whisky, what's the best way to drink this (ie with water, ice, straight etc?) :?

Thanks.

mccririck;7279782

Down to personal taste. Well regarded ones are: Highland Park, Macallan, … Down to personal taste. Well regarded ones are: Highland Park, Macallan, Old Pulteney, Talisker, Laphroaig, Lagavulin, Springbank



Love the list :thumbsup:

FYI, this deal includes Macallan 10 y.o too (£18 from £27), which is now nestling in my cupboard. All of them were previously posted somewhere...

spock1958;7281723

Just like wine, there are only two types of whisky....those you like and … Just like wine, there are only two types of whisky....those you like and those you don't like. Any more analysis is fairly pointless.



Agreed, every Blended or Malt Whisky (and even not Scottish Whiskey) are all down to personal taste, some people prefer the peaty, dark Malts like Lagavulin, whilst others prefer the lighter ones. I haven't tasted Jura in yonks but seem to recall it was a very smooth drink. Great value at this price.

H&R.

For myself (as a can't afford it drinker) this is a great western Isles whisky, look at it this way, buy it, try it, if you don't like it (please try it straight to understand it) it's a nice whisky to offer those who do drink the stuff.
I buy this for my Postman, as we both like a whisky, used to drink blened as a kid, never again with the exception of cutty sark, which for some reason I do enjoy.
Whisky's from small island distillieries are pretty much "Artisan" distilleries producing smaller amounts of a carefully produceed product, not knocked out any old how to formula X in massive batches.
I am biased as my family are from Wester Ross, so do have proximity links to a few distilleries, however if i wasn't sure what to buy someone who drank or expressed an interest this is a nice "level" whisky that I'd have no second thoughts about giving, it's a very clean whisky, not complicated , a pleasure to sip & enjoy in the proper manner.
very moreish, you'dsurprise yourself at how much of the bottle had been "sipped" away over an evening I promise you!
..don't buy one, buy at least 2 :thumbsup:
(I used to drink Glenfiddich et al but would happily pass it along in preference of Jura)
..far less trouble with thick-heads, for a drink that's often deemed a poisonous this is very forgiving next day.

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If you want to dilute your whisky but not lose to much flavour, I sometimes add a single ice cube.

Ice can restrict some of the flavours. I just use tap water.
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