I recently opened a bottle of Jura 10, the 2005 version before the lable change (the new botteling is supposed to be better). Well, I can say it has a lot of character, but not sure I love it. Gentle on the nose, some salty sea notes, a touch of fruit. Where is the malt on the nose? The mouth is very, very salty to me, some fruit undertones, a touch of sweatness. It is certainly maritime in its salty quality, peat not present. Certainly different, and I can see enjoying it on a cold night (not many here in North Carolina in the summer).
My wife found it gentle and light; the intense saltiness did not sand out for her as much. She found it a tad dull, but "ok." Funny response, as she is just learing to love anything besides Lagavulin.
As was stated, any freind who gifts a single malt is a freind indeed. I think this is mostly a love it or "like it" malt, not sure who many would love it, although it may grow on some over time. I sent a few samples out to freinds this week; I am looking forward to seein their responses.