A quick review of Jura Superstition from a tasting at a bar a few months ago.
Nose: Noticeable alcohol. Straight-forward honey and caramel. Sweet.
Palate: Medium-oily. Much of what the nose suggests, with honey, caramel, and that ‘bar-alcohol’ tinge.
Finish: Medium finish.
A rather one-note whisky that would be fine at a bar, but it falls below the benchmark set by Glenfiddich 12 and Glenlivet 12. It has that alcohol tinge that soured me on the Glenmorangie Original.