This is pretty good. The nose has a little sherry, light peat, wet hay and peppermint. The palate is more creamy with citrus and orange rind. The finish turns to peanut butter and salt. Really quite complex with well balanced weight and structure. Admirable for the craftsmanship. I think Jura had some not-so-good stuff before. They deserve a second chance on this one.
Nose of cranberries and toffee. That palate is quite sweet, with spice in medium levels, and dried red fruits and berries. Finish continues the theme in medium-to-long length. This is a little too hot and basically unmemorable, but fine.