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Oban

Oban

Oban is the frontier between the West Highlands and the Islands; the meeting place between land and sea. A perfect, sheltered harbour makes it the principal seaport for the Isles and the capital of the West Highlands.

It has a mild, temperate climate, warmed by the Gulf Stream and washed (too often, some might say) by the soft rain that often falls hereabouts. This misty, maritime character, with a background of heather and peat, is perfectly echoed in the malt whisky produced at Oban.

Oban™ is made using only the finest barley, malted to the distillery’s own particular specification. The tiny lantern-shaped copper pot stills are among the smallest in Scotland; their rich, fruity malt is then slowly condensed in wooden worm tubs that sit outside among the rooftops, before being aged in oak casks for at least 14 years.

Oban – where the Highlands and Islands meet.”Dave Broom, whisky writer and expert.

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Nutrition information:

Alcohol by volume43%
per 1.5 oz serving
Energy435 kJ
Energy105 kcal
Protein0 g
CarbohydrateTrace
Fat0 g
Alcohol per Serving15 g

Ingredients:
By law, Scotch Whisky must be wholly matured in Scotland, in oak casks for a period of not less than three years and to which no substance other than water and spirit caramel has been added. Caramel has traditionally been added only to adjust the colour of the batched product to match the standard of the specific brand.

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