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Dewars

The famed brand, Dewar’s was established in 1846 by John Dewar Sr as a wine and spirits merchant on Perth High Street. John sold blended whisky with his own name on the bottles, a rare thing at the time and it was not long before he was supplying bars and hotels throughout Scotland with his product. John’s son, John Alexander Dewar, joined the business in 1871, becoming a partner eight years later. John Alexander inherited the business following his father’s death in 1880.

Thomas ‘Tommy’ Dewar joined the business in 1884 and the brand was quickly expanded, starting with a serious introduction to the London market. Dewar’s was introduced to the American market in style, for in 1891 their whisky was delivered to the White House when Andrew Carnegie ordered a keg for President Benjamin Harrison. The President was later criticized for not supporting American products. The American subsequent demand was impressive.

In 1893, Queen Victoria bestowed a Royal Warrant, indeed Dewar’s has received a Royal Warrant from every British monarch since. The regal involvement continued for in 1902, Tommy Dewar was knighted by King Edward VI. Today, Dewar’s own five distilleries, including Aberfeldy which the company built in 1896. The company also have a range of popular blends including Dewar’s White Label, an amalgam of around forty single malt Scotch whiskies.

Dewar's White Label - 1970s

76cl, 40%

A 1970s bottle of Dewar's White Label blended Scotch whisky, that old classic. Lovely stuff, it is. If you're in agreement, then this antique piece would let you see if the blend has changed at all…  More info

Dewar's White Label - 1970s

Dewar's White Label - 1970s

Dewar's White Label has been a popular backbar blend for decades upon decades. This bottling comes from the 1970s, though oddly enough, the label doesn't seem to feature an ABV or a volume listing...  More info

Dewar's White Label - 1970s

Dewar's 15 Year Old - The Monarch (1L)

100cl, 40%

A 15 year old blended Scotch whisky expression from Dewer's. An intriguing step-up from the classic blend, well worth a look if you're a Dewer's devotee.  More info

Dewar's 15 Year Old - The Monarch (1L)
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Dewar's White Label - 1940s

An antique bottling of Dewar's famous white label thought to date from as long ago as the 1940s! Please note that the label does not state the volume of this product and that it is being sold as a…  More info

Dewar's White Label - 1940s

Dewar's White Label - 1947-1949

75cl, 43%

"Dewar's, White Label!" as the song went, although this 75cl bottling may pre-date that as it comes from the the late 1940s! This bottle was part of a private collection. More detailed…  More info

Dewar's White Label - 1947-1949

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