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Previously part of their travel retail offering, Oban's Little Bay has graduated to the core range as a 70cl bottling. Master Blenders Dr. Matthew Crow and Dr. Craig Wilson use whisky matured in refill American oak hogsheads, European oak Sherry casks and refill casks with new ends for this expression before allowing the resultant single malt whisky to marry in small oak casks.
Nose: Dried apple chips, floral herbs and chopped mint, candied orange and a touch of milky coffee.
Palate: Those fancy chocolates with the flakes of sea salt, pound cake topped with demerara sugar and cinnamon. Citrus returns on the mid palate.
Finish: Spiced with cinnamon and ginger.
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Oban little bay is so smooth, yet it retains the usual Oban complexities that comes with every dram. It surprises me every time i drink it.
1st February 2017
I don't generally rate NAS Scotch but this is a particularly nice one. No astringent off-tastes or alcohol burn, nothing astonishing but more rounded and full bodied with a reasonably long finish - I wouldn't be disappointed with a bottle of this.
18th December 2016
Oban Little Bay Small Cask is one of my favorite single malt scotches now. smooth with a caramel fruity flavor and a hint of peet. Loved it.
6th December 2016
I frankly love this dram, fruity and rich and with a spicy peat kick at the end to give it more depth. I am always in search of that profile but rarely find it done well (pre-1995 glen garioch is another). I also feel like it's come down in cost, making it a go to daily dram. I strongly recommend it, and if not clear I think it's better than the 14.
28th August 2016
Beautiful dram here, spices and dried fruits like apricots and figs on the nose. Pepper and saltine crackers on the palate with a hint of maple syrup. Short and dry finish. Great dram but the price point I think should be lower than the 14.
26th May 2016
Priced at par or higher than Oban 14 is just ridiculous. It's just ok, not great. I won't buy it again because I've had better for a lower price.
27th April 2016