Oban Whisky Distillery, Scotland

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Oban Distillery is one of Scotland’s oldest sources of single malt scotch whisky, and is situated in the heart of the town.  It is one of the hardest to take a good photo of, mainly because you can’t get a nice wide view, as it is tucked up behind buildings.  Again you are not allow to take photos, but I did get one of the shop, with some bottles of Whisky.

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If you look really carefully at last photo, in about the centre, you can just see the distillery’s red chimney .

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Oban now joins my Whisky Distilleries Category.  This is really a record for my husband, as I think he has lost count of how many we have visited, or he wants us to visit more 🙂

2 comments

  1. There certainly are a lot of buildings grouped together there, good that you got the shot. Interesting paint job on the windows and doors. Is that popular?

    1. Thank you Pat, no I haven’t seen any other buildings with that kind of decoration. To me it looks similar to an old fashion prison, I think its because is a large block building with lots of windows 🙂

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