Color: pale gold.
Nose: fresh and smooth. On the first nose, vanilla, coconut, Williams pear and malted barley outline the herbaceous, floral, lactic and fruity contours of the aromatic palette. After aeration, salt, oranges and some sweet spices (cinnamon, ginger) appear. Then, new fruits (plum, queen-claude), cut hay and peppermint highlight an evolution towards increasingly warm tones.
Palate: tender, balanced. Very nice attack on the palate which has a lot of grain (rice, coconut). A thin layer of ash then covers the mid-palate before it becomes creamy (milk pie), roasted (coffee) and herbaceous (reed, alfalfa). In the aftertaste, nutmeg, grapefruit and yellow melons bring dynamism to the taste palette. The very end of the mouth evokes peat in a simple and natural way.
Overall: long, delicious. Radiant with light, the start of the final transports us to the Jura distillery. The weather is fine, behind the palm trees, an intense blue sea ripples under the action of a light breeze. In retro-olfaction, acacia honey, white mint and curry are gently deposited on the taste buds. Very serene, the very end of the palate invites you to take your time and contemplate this magnificent landscape. The empty glass is both liquorice, verdant, medicinal and spicy (star anise).