What's in a name? Dewars White Label whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Dewars White Label whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Honey, peach, apple and wood. Cut hay.
Palate: Medium, vanilla fudge, smoke, toffee, heather honey, oak.
Finish: Good length, cut herbs, honeyed sweetness.
I must say that it's my favourite blend. Much more tasty, having a subtle nose and with bigger body than the counterparts within the same price range!
Chewy & delicate finish make this dram a perfect 12-13 pounds blend for everyday sipping:)
I have discovered that this dram somewhat deteriorated for the last couple od years. When good it was aromatic with apples and pears in the nose with sweet vanilled barley. It was also round & chewy in the palate.
now it is only toffe barley in the nose and a very harsh burning in the palate. Pitty that!
Pretty plain smooth as the taste mild suitable for people light moderation drinkers.
It's been years since I had a snake-bite, but this is smooth and light, a real delight. Those that are heavy drinkers need not apply!
White Label is full of heart, mind, body and soul. Dewar's smoothest delight, don't listen to the heavy drinkers, who lost their sight to taste this delight.
Wonderful value. makes for an excellent every day dram.
TRY IT WITH WATER,COCONUT WATER OR ON THE ROCKS.
AV RAMPERSAD/TRINIDAD/WEST INDIES.