Win an extremely happy Father's Day with Jura Whisky
Monday 23 May 2011
With Father’s Day on the horizon, don’t you reckon your old man deserves to be treated with a bit more dignity than socks or pyjamas?
At The Independent, we do, which is why we’ve arranged something a bit special for one lucky winner and their dear old dad – a luxury five-night break for two people at the Jura Lodge on the Isle of Jura.
Your stay on this spellbinding Hebridean island will include a three-course dinner for each of the five nights at the Jura pub and a lavish tour of the distillery. Not only that – the winner will also walk away with a bottle of Jura Prophecy single malt whisky, which you’re under strict instructions to give it to dad, too.
Jura Prophecy is a heavily peated single malt that harks back to the whisky that was brewing on this mystical island in centuries past. It’s a fine tipple, delivering an authentic taste of peat smoke, fresh cinnamon and spicy sea spray to the palate, with a final flavour of bonfire giving way to hints of soft liquorice and nutmeg. For more information visit www.isleofjura.com
For your shot at winning this fine prize, just tackle the brain-teaser below:
This competition closes on Monday 13 June. Entrants must be 18 or more years old.
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