in 1899 John Dewar & Son Dewar's White Label, created by AJ Cameron, the brand's first blender, is a blend that stands out as one of America's best-selling Scots.

The main malt of White Label, which contains about 40 different whiskeys in its blend, is from the Highland region we know with its fruity, sweet and light smoked notes. Aberfeldy.

Dewar's White Label (Scottish Blend, 40% abv)

Nose: In addition to fruity notes such as pear, lemon and orange, cereal and herbaceous scents are in the foreground. Alcohol makes itself felt. With the airing of the glass, we start to get a little more fruity notes.

Palate: We also feel the sweet notes on the nose on the palate. We can explain the sweetness on the palate as honey and vanilla rather than fruitiness. In addition to black pepper and spice, it is possible to feel slightly sooty and smoked aromas.

Finish: Short length. In addition to intense spice, lemon and very light soot.

Overall: Dewar's White Label generally has a youthful character. Although I like the notes that come out with the aeration of the glass on the nose, the light soot and creamy texture on the palate, it is an unbalanced blend in which alcohol is intensely felt.

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Dewar's White Label
Although I like the notes that come out with the aeration of the glass on the nose, the light soot and creamy texture on the palate, it is an unbalanced blend in which alcohol is intensely felt.
Nose72%
Palate72%
Finish71%
Overall71%
72%Overall Score
Reader Rating: (16 Votes)
72%

3 Responses

  1. Ibrahim

    I'm drinking 35 years old dewar's wbite label right now.

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