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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.
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Over 30 years ago, a Scottish engineer with whom I was working told me "Drink Glenmorangie (he pronounced it glen-more-ANG-gie) and if you can't get that, drink Dewars.
13th April 2017
I've had some of the best scotch's and most expensive scotch's . Dewars white label blended is still the best. People think because a very expensive scotch cost so much that it must be better. Not true.
18th March 2017
I have not tried a neat blended whiskey for years. Living in Thailand I was running low on single malts and decided to bulk out the remaining supply with some better value scotch. White Label is 16 GBP a litre compared to 35 GBP for the cheapest single malt 70 Cl. On various whiskey sites this has achieved Gold and Silver awards for blended whiskey. I have to say the initial sensation was somewhat harsh and fiery. I was pleasantly surprised by the smokey notes and took the advice of other reviewers and put a couple of pieces of ice in it. Still undecided so I am trying another snort .....
23rd January 2017
Pay for what you get and with Dewar's White Label you get what you payed for. Not bad whisky for that. Aberfeldy is the heart of Scotland leading to the gate way to the highland. The water there is obviously superior to the lowlands. A very good introduction to whisky, palatable at any dinner party and,or, of course anytime. It could take a life time to be a connoisseur of whisky on the other hand, you can enjoy without no preconceived idea of how a whisky should taste, this changes through time and place, single malt or blended. Enjoy!
18th January 2017
I wouldn't say I'm a snob but I'm partial to Macallan 12 for my "one drink" per day. I got this because it seemed to be a little more affordable so I wouldn't feel guilty for having maybe a second drink. hahaThis to me smells and tastes like fried electronics. If you've ever smoke a piece of car or home audio equipment, or the occasional computer power supply, then you know what I speak of. Makes me sick to my stomach from just a few sips. Blah. I'll just work a little harder to make a tad bit more money and buy the better stuff.
15th January 2017
Smooth and elvish taste
1st December 2016
Love my single malts but as far as blended whiskies go Dewars white label is tasty slightly smokey good every day drink at a good price. I've been drinking Johnnies Walker red as my decently priced blended whisky for far too many years (old habits). About a year and a half ago I started buying a different blended whisky every week and tried many, such as J&B, Grants, Chivas regal, William Lawson, Bells, Famous grouse to name a few and when I tried Dewars there was something about it that has at the moment made it my regular drink other than my more expensive malts. Good drop.
7th November 2016
Been a whisky drinker for over 25 years and as much as I believe my favourite single malts can't be beat, I admit that there are blends that are more than just drinkable: A JW Red I find quite nice and the Black even really good and I enjoy Teacher's as well. But this - I had it on a plane and asked what it was: I couldn't believe they'd serve such a bad whisky - is just baaaaaad. I hadn't tasted Dewar's before but it's harsh, tastesa lot like alcohol and I'd wish the finish was even shorter... It's just asking for lots of ice and coke and then if you just wanna get hammered it's probably okay. But if you love whisky, I'd stay away...
22nd October 2016
This is not the White Label I have been drinking for years. Now I taste a definite woody, smoky flavor that was not there before. It's time to switch to a different brand.
10th September 2016
I have drank this whisky for some 50 years,It was my introduction to whisky.sadly it is quite difficult to come by in Kent😞
29th August 2016
I've tried many, many blended whiskies but White Label stands out as the very best in the world!!A pity I can't buy it here in Moray !!!
19th July 2016
A cheap whisky that tastes great, love it. The notes provided are bang on, I get the vanilla fudge.
This is my first scotch. It has a fruity nose, but a smokey, peaty flavour- like what I'd think a distilled scotch ale would taste like. These are normally flavours I prefer while sitting by the fire while a howling arctic wind blows outside. I'll review it again during such an ocassion and probably rate it a bit higher.
25th June 2016
I am a big fan of whiskey/scotch. This is some of the most awful tasting scotch I have ever had. If you were to judge it's smoothness on a scale of glass to sandpaper, this would be 50 grit. Just horrible.
25th May 2016
When I want a drink to lubricate conversation, or after a day of work, a touch of Dewars and a splash of water is just fine, thank you. (Teachers will do just fine, too, thanks.) I like to think that I know when it's time to "spend two minutes, or more, before each sip nosing your scotch, hunting out the different notes"...(NEVER) ... and when it's appropriate to "savor the taste of your whisky as it slides from the front of your mouth and over your tongue" ... (when the Whiskey warrants it) ... and when to enjoy "allowing the finish to rise back up through your throat and back out your nose" ... (I think this is called vomiting, so I don't normally enjoy it). On the other hand, when all I want is a drink of Scotch, and I'm not prepared to spend 5 minutes on each sip... a blend like Dewars is perfect.
24th April 2016
I don't understand why this isn't 5 stars bc I have tried everything and always come back to dewars!
12th April 2016
Simplemente Suave y Sublime, excelente Whisky.
11th April 2016
If I could just drink enough of it, I'd be happy, but I pass out first. Dewars is good enough for job.
12th March 2016
A very good blend for the price a little smoke I was very surprised
28th January 2016
Unlike writer "Not even once" - I definitely am neither a connoisseur of cleaning solution nor have I tasted it during my progression through half my one litre bottle.I have some extensive experience describing ans identifying characteristics in wines. I am working on whiskies and taste and drink a wide range. My whisky last night was A'Bunadh. The White label and the A'Bunadh are poles apart. However: in New Zealand the A'Bunadh set me back $126 (58 pounds). The White label was $33 (15 pounds).What I got for my ""15 quid" was a drinkable whisky with a clear suggestion of Heather honey (I was a beekeeper), some vanilla and spices including a peppery aspect- no doubt from its youth. The finish IS a bit medicinal- but certainly not "cleaning solution".I drink many lowland whisky and as many from Islay, Arran and the other Western Island peter and unpeated styles.Value for money here? I'd say yes. I like J&B better but have to pay more. Bottom line? Fair value and taste for the money paid. Isn't that how it's supposed to work? You get what you pay for but if you don't like it you move on. ...
16th January 2016
I'm not a big fan of peaty scotches, I hate laphroaig 10 (but I keep a bottle around and try it every once in awhile to see if my tastes have changed) White label is pretty smokey, a tiny bit peaty. It's decent and worth having in the cabinet. For a inexpensive scotch, I prefer Speyburn 10, it's Speyside similar to Glenfiddich or Glenlivit 12's . Truth be told I'd of course prefer something a bit older, more complex, current preference is with some sherry cask influence, but those bottles don't cost under $30. White label is good to have around for a smokey choice on a weekday. It does not taste like some cheap Canadian Whiskey, it doesn't have that rubbing alcohol flavor, it's decent, just a bit plain, other than the smokiness.
12th January 2016
I've have enjoyed Dewars for a long time now. Will continue to enjoy for the rest of my Time on this war torn World.
9th January 2016
Do you spend two minutes, or more, before each sip nosing your scotch, hunting out the different notes? Do you like to savor the taste of your whisky as it slides from the front of your mouth and over your tongue? Do you enjoy allowing the finish to rise back up through your throat and back out your nose, noting how the wonderful thing you are sipping is developing right before your senses? If this sounds anything like how you drink your Scotch (or Bourbon, etc.) then you owe it to yourself to never drink Dewar's white label.This stuff is bad, really bad. The nose: Imagine Aberlour 12 mixed with cleaning solution. That's not an exaggeration; I did a side-by-side and that is what it smells like. The palate: Oak, vanilla, citrus lemon hints, some peat and... cleaning solution. The finish: cleaning solution.The sad thing is, there are hints of a good malt or two mixed in here with the Mr.Clean. Even sadder, is that stuff like this is why many people think whisk(e)y is disgusting.
8th January 2016
5th January 2016
There are lots of Scotch out there, For the price of 750ml, Dewar's White label can't be beat! I would say that J&B Scotch is the runner up for the price.
3rd October 2015
If you like this regular white label, for an extra $3, they make a scratched cask version. Just as good as white label but a hair more smoke and depth. It's always in low stock at my local store.
25th September 2015
a really good scotch,compare it to Glinfiddich and I would almost call them equal except Glindfiddich does have a bit more of the peat taste than Dewars.
4th September 2015
You will have no regrets. keep up the excellence John Dewar & sons.
22nd August 2015
29th July 2015
Dewers White Label is my "all-around" choice for a quick and routine scotch and water. For a blend, it is a great choice!
4th July 2015
I tasted my first bottle yesterday and I am absolutely astounded by the taste and warmth of this scotch. Well done gentlemen.
24th June 2015
Just noticed this in my local bar. (Arkansas, USA) bottle presentation caught my eye so I tried it. Smooth going down and sweet on the lips. After taste isn't harsh. Just a little warmth with a fast of vanilla and oak. I'm impressed! Down here, most of us brew our own. This one is worth it, so if you haven't tried it, its your loss!
30th May 2015
I have been a Dewars White Label fan for a long time and I keep my stash in the freezer. It thickens it and when you pour it over the ice it is like syrup. Don't need any water. Just let it melt and enjoy! Smooth!
20th May 2015
A regular, ardent user of your 12 year old blend. But I 'm terribly disappoionted by the new bottle. It's a good example of aesthetics/mind over matter. Can't see the lovely color of the whiskey; bottle cap clumsy to remove, hard to see level of whiskey in bottle without bright light...generally a cheaper, less attractive outfitting affecting taste. Can't believe your profits suffered from former classy, flavor-suggesting bottle. Can't you resume it?
8th May 2015
this is the only scotch I'd suggest on ice. ice numbs the stink in the aromas and allows one to savor the sweet fruit and fresh cut hay. this is my favorite blended scotch, just above johnnie black
2nd May 2015
Worth every penny I paid! A pure true Scotch!
11th March 2015
I have tried numerous blends and have found that White Label has and nice malt finish. A few ice cubes seems to round out the mellow taste. Cudo's to the Dewars family for standing true to their heritage. A fine blended scotch. Goes great after a nice steak dinner and cigar.
25th February 2015
Why would you? Given single malts? OK, I confess...me English...lol
20th February 2015
I love to Dewar's It's really master of malts, smooth and pretty taste. Thanks to John Dewar & Sons.
10th February 2015
good stuff. smooth all the way
16th January 2015
First of all, let me say that generally, if given the budget for it, I prefer over-the-top peaty scotches, laphroaig triple wood being my favorite, however... for an every day drinking scotch, or for poker nights/parties, this is pretty good, comparable to JW red label, they sell it in 1.75 liters for a reason! I prefer most of my scotches neat, but with Dewar's I add a splash of soda water, really cuts the offensive notes out of the flavor and brings out the slight hint of smoke that's present here. It's not going to win any awards, but for the money you can't really do any better than this. I prefer red label to it, but only slightly, and where I live this is a tad cheaper.
1st January 2015
I'm new to Scotch, but this is one of the lighter tasting blended Scotches I've tried. No harsh burn but don't get the same satisfaction on the tongue like a stronger Scotch. I will say, it's a good after dinner Scotch because of it's lightness. Pick when you drink this one. If you have had a heavy meal and want a nightcap, I recommend it. If you are kicked back with a nice cigar, go with something with a little more flavor.
26th December 2014
The first thing that hit me was the strong unpleasant aroma. But I underneath the smell of rotting wood, I was able to detect a hint of something sweet. The flavor has some good elements of honey and toffee, but it is mostly just harsh and medicinal. The finish is hampered by its numbing bite.
9th December 2014
It's very awesome drink I never feel the smooth,As a practical experience I will say it is very smooth and flavor
29th November 2014
Love scotch, from a blended regular drinking scotch, it's excellent. Love the taste it's always consistent. That and the Famous Grouse are my favorite blends.
14th November 2014
it has a good flavour, both nose and on the palate.. unfortunately it's a little too light that if it's left unattended for maybe 10 minutes, the flavour will be reduced. it becomes so light that after 1 or 2 swirl it gets dilulted. this whisky is good if drank straight after pouring.. it doesn't need time to open up
13th November 2014
Love this product. It's smooth and much better than Red or Black label JW.
I was stunned by the quality..good quality for this price range. it reminds me of Highland Park mild smokiness and the sweetness really blend in well.. it's quite smooth as well
10th November 2014
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
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
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.
23rd January 2014
don't tell crap because for that price was better that competitors.Now please note we all have diferente test so bay what you like and drink resp.
24th December 2013
dis stuff good
28th November 2013
among the top
5th November 2013
I'm really liking this scotch so far. It is very smooth, easy drinking and very affordable. Dare I say I like it better than most 12 year old single malts that I've tried. Initially I tried adding water to it and that actually caused me to not like it so much. Water brought out the smoky taste too much, something I'm not a huge fan of. Then I decided to try it neat.... All I can say is WOW. I'm impressed how such an inexpensive scotch can taste so good.
21st October 2013
We are delighted by this whisky, it is a pleasure to the palate and and a dreamy , sweety, conforting drinkAfter I did drinkI inmediately became a connoseur.I won't try for another brand in the marketIt is an elixir I look to try in company of my husband every evening.
25th September 2013
Add a drop of water and let it settle for a few minutes and this really shines. Delicious stuff - and I dont think any or much caramel is added
17th August 2013
TRY IT WITH WATER,COCONUT WATER OR ON THE ROCKS.AV RAMPERSAD/TRINIDAD/WEST INDIES.
15th April 2013
Wonderful value. makes for an excellent every day dram.
2nd March 2013
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.
30th November 2012
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!
Pretty plain smooth as the taste mild suitable for people light moderation drinkers.
26th January 2012
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!
20th September 2010
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:)
28th September 2009