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Dewar’s White Label Scotch Whisky Review

Dewar’s White Label is a blended Scotch whisky that was created way back in 1899, and yet somehow, after 10+ years of blogging, YouTubing, and podcasting, we’ve never reviewed it. Until now!

White Label is the point of entry to all things Dewar’s. It’s a no age statement blend that clocks in at 40% ABV with a price that won’t break the bank (a 750ml can be had for $20 at Total Wine). The next step in the Dewar’s range is a 12 year old blend and you can keep climbing the ladder until you reach their 32 year old Double Double blend.

There’s a good chance that if the White Label tickles our tastebuds, there will be more Dewar’s reviews in the not so distant future. In the meantime, here are a few words about Dewar’s White Label taken directly from their website:

In 1899, a year after production commenced at Dewar’s new distillery, Aberfeldy, A.J. Cameron created the now-iconic Dewar’s White Label. Over the next 120 years our flagship blend established itself as one of the leading blended Scotch whiskies worldwide.

Did you know that Dewar’s White Label is the whisky of choice for highballs by the bartenders of Japan for unique smoothness and refreshing taste? This makes it the perfect accompaniment to food.

Although we’re living in the golden age of spirits, there are times when those sought after drams just aren’t available, so it’s good to know which readily available spirits are best. To find out if Dewar’s White Label makes our “readily available whisky” list, click play on the following video:

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