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Dewar's White Label Scotch Whisky

Dewar's White Label became the number one Scotch in America in 1986 and still outsells all other brands today. It is blended from about 40 different single malts the youngest being 3 years and the oldest being 8 years. Dewar's White Label is known for its balance, smoothness, and consistency.

White Label debuted in 1898. Back then, it was a blend of about 10 malts, with the Aberfeldy malt being the heart of the blend. Today, Aberfeldy is still a big part of the blend, though the number of malts has increased.

Review

87

Light golden/honey color. Light peat, grass, fresh honey and vanilla in the nose. Opens rather quickly with a fairly light body and initial creamy sweetness. Malty notes then dissolve into a wave of tingling heat with hints of oak. Clean, dry finish lasting about one minute. An approachable blend with a pleasant creaminess in front backed up by unobtrusive peat. Tasted 9/9/2008.

Brand Dewar's
Country Scotland
Retail Price $21 / 750 ml
Proof 86 (43%)
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