This was first created over a century ago by the Dewars master blender. White Label contains around 40 different whiskies in the blend, with Aberfeldy at its heart.
Nose: Honey, peach, apple and wood. Cut hay.
Palate: Medium, vanilla fudge, smoke, toffee, heather honey, oak.
Finish: Good length, cut herbs, honeyed sweetness.
Fresh smooth and sunny
Not My Old Dewar's
Recently Dewar's changed their label and they also changed their scotch. I don't know what they did but it now tastes like a watered down house brand. Switching to another brand.
10th October 2014
Dewar's white label
5th October 2014
Tastes like whisky. Burns your mouth and throat, numbs your palate.
Good for making fruit cake where the harshness can be hidden.
9th June 2014
After a regular daily dram it took me a while to realize where this beautifully balanced pleasure starts. It starts in the mouth. It's light and splashy but doesn't lack body. It rolls about nicely and covers the tongue. Sweet and delicious with a growing salty roundness and layers of flavour. Light and unimposing.
28th March 2014
Sweet rather than firey on entrance a great sign for a blend.
creamy middle that bitters nicely at the end,
hard to beat for a regular blend.
too good for mixers I'd give it 4 stars for a blend and I am a hard marker.
20th March 2014
it is good tasty, fantastic
18th March 2014
From a newbie's point of view
Its better than red label but its not as good as black it easy to drink it has very good finish and its cheap.
Buy it its good i will give 4
20th February 2014
I've just recently started exploring scotch and this is one of the first bottles that I bought with my own money.
I like how it's really easy to drink and has a very friendly flavor, but I'd avoid putting on ice; it gives it a watered-down taste.
- M.G. (MNL, Philippines)
31st January 2014
As the whisky that introduced me to the world of scotch, this couldn't have been a more pleasant experience. I've had it with a splash of water, on the rocks, and neat. Neat is by far my favorite way to enjoy this one.