The Island of Jura is one of the least populated islands of Scotland, but still they produce some amazing whisky. Which is to be expected when there are just as many distilleries as pubs (1).
Scottish Islands are normally known for their peaty whisky, but Jura produces whisky that is fruity as if it were a Highlander.
A very interesting barrel for ageing. The flavour of the island obviously comes through, but is hidden under red fruits. The stout remains flavourful and the beer finishes with a lot of tannic flavours.