Oban 10 Year Old 2022 Special Release Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Oban 10 Year Old 2022 Special Release Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Oban 10 Year Old 2022 Special Release Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Step into the rich and nuanced world of Scotch whisky with the Oban 10 Year Old Special Release Single Malt. Crafted by one of Scotland's oldest distilleries, this limited edition expression embodies the essence of Oban's coastal heritage and traditional craftsmanship.

Matured for a decade in oak casks, this special release showcases the artistry of the Oban distillers. The whisky's amber hue invites anticipation of the complex flavors within. On the nose, a harmonious blend of maritime notes, heather, and a hint of peat smoke greets the senses, providing a captivating introduction to the maritime influence of the coastal distillery.

The first sip reveals a symphony of flavors. The palate is treated to a delicate balance of honeyed sweetness, brine, and subtle oak, characteristic of Oban's signature style. The interplay of flavors is a tribute to the meticulous distillation process and the influence of the coastal climate.

The finish is a lingering melody—a gentle warmth that carries echoes of sea salt and a whisper of smoke. Each sip invites further exploration, uncovering the layers of complexity that define this special release.

Presented in a sophisticated packaging reflective of Oban's heritage, the 10 Year Old 2022 Special Release is a collector's delight and a connoisseur's treasure. Whether enjoyed neat or with a drop of water to unlock additional nuances, this single malt Scotch whisky promises a memorable and immersive tasting experience—a true embodiment of Oban's dedication to tradition and exceptional craftsmanship.

Oban 10 Year Old 2022 Special Release graces the glass with a rich and inviting amber hue, showcasing its decade-long maturation in oak casks. Swirling the glass reveals a captivating viscosity, promising a sensory journey of depth and complexity.

The aromatic symphony begins with a coastal embrace—brisk sea air, heather, and a delicate whisper of peat smoke. The nose is a harmonious blend of maritime influence and Highland character, setting the stage for the complexity within.

The first sip unfolds with a nuanced dance of flavors. Honeyed sweetness caresses the palate, accompanied by a gentle brine that evokes the sea-kissed surroundings of the distillery. Subtle oak undertones contribute to the overall balance, showcasing the mastery of the distillation process.

The finish is a lingering melody—a gentle warmth that carries echoes of sea salt and a subtle whisper of smoke. The maritime influence persists, leaving a lasting impression of the coastal terroir. The finish invites contemplation, encouraging enthusiasts to savor the layers of complexity in each sip.

The Oban distillery is located in the west of Scotland in the small harbour town of the same name, which has grown up around the distillery. The Whisky belongs to the 'Classic Malts Selection.The fermented wort is heated in Oban's copper pot wash still to separate out alcohol from water. The vapor rises through the still and is condensed back into liquid in the worm tub condenser.
This is a great mellow Highlands alternative to the more peaty high end scotches. The price has gone up significantly recently, though, which prevents it from receiving a 5 star rating. It's a great $50 bottle but not an $80 bottle. Oban 14 is an old friend that I come back to like a comfort food.
When brothers Hugh and John Stevenson arrived at the frontier of the Hebrides Islands in 1793, they found little more than a natural harbor and a windswept view. Here they opened the Oban Brewing Company, their 'Cowbell Ale' being the first production. They started distilling whisky the following year.
Oban is made using only the finest barley, malted to the distillery's own particular specification. Partly germinated barley is gently dried in a kiln where a light peat smoke gives the malt a distinctive character and taste. The result is the smoky, malty dryness in the flavour and finish of Oban.
Oban distillery (/ˈoʊbən/ OH-bən; Scottish Gaelic: Taigh-stail an Òbain) is a whisky distillery in the Scottish west coast port of Oban. Established in 1794, it was built before the town of the same name, which sprang up later in the surrounding craggy harbour.
Due to the strong influence of Scottish settlers on early colonial southern New Zealand, Oban was named after Oban in Scotland (meaning “The Little Bay” in Scottish Gaelic). The town's main industries are fishing, and tourism and it serves as a base for sightseers, hikers, birdwatchers, divers and hunters.

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