Late last year I used a Murray McDavid Jura in one of my tastings and it was not too bad at all.
When a few people tried a second dram at the end of the tasting, they commented that even though their palates had been obliterated by some stronger tasting drams, the Jura just didn't change, it was a good dram which still 'performed' well, no matter what else they had tasted beforehand.
From memory, if I am correct, I seem to recall lots of hay and leafy notes.
Secondly, at Whisky Live i nGlasgow last year, I was fortunate enough to try a Jura 33 years old original distillery bottling. Superb!