The Isle of Jura Distillery has unveiled a limited edition line of three 15-year-old single malts.

The company, which is owned by Whyte & Mackay, said late last week that it has teamed up with Colin Field, barman at The Ritz in Paris, to launch the Jura Paps, named after a trio of Scottish mountains so-called for their similarity to female breasts.

Field will launch the Jura Paps at the Islay Whisky festival later this month.

The 'Mountain of the Sound' (Beinn a' Chaolais) malt has a Cabernet Sauvignon cask finish, while the 'Mountain of Gold' (Beinn an Oir) malt has a Pinot Noir cask finish. Finally, the 'Sacred Mountain' has a Barolo cask finish.

The set of malts, to be launched on 28 May, will be available at specialist whisky stores, with each bottle signed by Jura's distiller, Willie Cochrane. The three whiskies will retail at around GBP100 (US$159) per bottle, and will be limited to 1,300 bottles globally.