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1 full hogshead of isle of jura 1992 - cask 5490 - held in bond

Lot ID: 1217/1258

one cask of isle of jura single malt scotch whisky. distilled 1992. originally filled into a hogshead. this cask was regauged on 22/08/2017. the regauged litres were found to be approximately 120.46 bulk litres at a strength of 47.4%. this would currently yield approximately 172 x 70cl bottles of whisky currently at 25 years old distillery: isle of jura distilled: 1992 age: 25 years old cask no: 5490 cask type: hogshead original filled on 21/10/1992 with: 231 bulk litres re-gauged: 22/08/2017 - 120.46 bulk litres cask strength: 47.4% abv approximately 172 x 70cl bottles this cask is held in bonded warehouse no 6; isle of jura scotland. annual storage must be arranged direct with the warehouse after the sale. contact details will be given by the current cask owner. ownership of this cask is auctioned here in bond. the buyer will have ownership transferred to them once payment is processed post sale. any costs relating to removal from bond / bottling will be the responsibility of the new cask owner. once payment for this lot is received from the buyer, the money will be held by whisky online ltd and only transferred to the seller once the buyer is in full legal receipt of the cask to ensure buyer's transaction is fully protected, (payment is strictly by money transfer). non uk based owners/buyers must appoint a duty representative to act on his/her behalf for transfer of ownership. customs & excise refer to the owners as the representative’s.. please be aware of this regulation before bidding. whisky online auctions tasting notes cask 5490: colour: white wine. nose: the same kind of slightly brittle, mineral and white stone fruit structure. delicately saline, buttery and full of cereal qualities and herbal aspects. some sea greens, toasted sesame seeds, heather beer and a touch of cornflour. some lime juice and wet pebbles. palate: quite oily this one. peppery and with a slightly more textured fruitiness. goes towards coal hearths, old boiler sheds and graphite. quite drying with notes of freshly baked seed bread, sunflower oil, grass and wet rocks. still a fragile coastal seam throughout. finish: good length. a little lactic, some notes of yoghurt, edible flowers, grist, a faded wood smoke and some camphor. comments: another solid mid-aged jura. again ideal for bottling now or in the next 12 months.

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