The Isle of Jura Distillery, in the village of Craighouse in the island's only Scotch Whisky producer. Which is in contrast to the neighbouring island of Islay, one of the centres of the industry.
In fact, for most of the twentieth century there wasn't a distillery on Jura at all. It wasn't until 1963, after extensive rebuilding, that the original works, founded in 1810 re-opened.
Despite being close by Jura whiskies differ in nature quite a bit from their Islay counterparts. There's plenty of power there, but not the intense peat smoke character. It's currently under the ownership of Whyte & Mackay who are themselves a subsidiary of Emperador Distillers of the Philippines.