1969 Oban 32 Year Old (bottle only)



This 1969 bottling has acquired a cult following, mainly because it is the oldest Oban ever released by the distillery. Their 14 year old is wildly popular but anything older than this is extremely unusual (there was a 21 Year Old in 2012).

Originally released back in 2002 as part of Diageo's special releases. WhiskyFun has an unusually high score of 93/100 for this beauty, calling it 'just superb' (and 'a beast').

It also features on Rare Whisky 101's Icon 100 list of the most highly sought after Scotch Whiskies.

Originally released in 2002

Bottle number: none (6000 bottles)

Bottle size: 70cl

Alcohol: 55.1%

Shipped weight: 2kg

Please note no tube and condition of the label is marked (see photos).

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