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Dewar's 18 Year Old Double Aged

(70cl, 40%)

Dewar's 18 Year Old Double Aged

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We can't actually ship Dewar's 18 Year Old Double Aged to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

In the meantime, our friends over at The Whisky Shop might be able to help you out.

Thank you for your support and understanding 🙂

-The folks at Master of Malt

Dewar's 18 Bottling Note

The famous Dewar's blend aged for 18 years then married in a vat for an extended period, hence the name 'Double Aged'. Winner of  gold medal at the 2012 International Wine and Spirits Competition. 

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Dry, grassy, hay; faintly scented with cloves and smouldering gently in the sun.

Palate: A freshly opened pack of oatcakes ever so lightly smoked over a peat fire

Finish: Biscuits and fresh cut grass.

Overall: This is an easy drinking malt with grass and hay on the nose and biscuits on the palate.

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Dewar's 18 Year Old Double Aged Reviews

Nice for the price

Nice for the price, smooth, medium complexity and length. Worth a try!!!

31st December 2019

A decent Scotch. Pay no attention to those who haven't tried it.

A decent scotch. Don't believe the people who haven't tried it, but gave it a bad review. They don't know what they're talking about. Try it, and if you like it, drink it. Don't worry about what other people think.

14th December 2018

Who are you kidding?

I haven't tried it, but why screw around with a "marriage in a VAT [not a cask] for an extended period [of unspecified duration]" when you can get a fully pedigreed single malt like Balvenie Caribbean Cask for $65 that's like drinking liquid gold?

20th November 2018

A five star drink

A Super tasty and wonderful drink.

19th January 2018

Worth every cent

An EXCELLENT Scotch. This proves that you can get what your pay for. I had always drank single malts.
I lived in the '' Glens " for many years. Now my son and I where watching TV, Dewar's put on its ad for the 12
year old. My son, a Vodka Drinker, asked what was the deal was with the aging. I gave him my best Novice explantion, including single malts and blends. He asked if I'd try the 12 year old, I said I'd spurge and try the 18 year old. Well about a week later I get home from some business, which included Washington DC Traffic. I flop down in the closest chair. My wife tells me my son left something on the table for me. It was a bottle of the 18 year old. My Son knows his Father. I always got good cigars from my daughter till I quite smoking. I grabbed The bottle, one of my best glasses and some ice. I cracked it open, poured it over a couple cubes and tasted. all the frustration of the day went away. This was excellent, I was a happy camper. Its my main go to now.

28th January 2017

I liked it

This was very nice. Smooth and easy to drink. Difficult to find now.

24th August 2015

Very nice!

I just picked up a bottle of this at a local store. They had it marked down to $61 and so I had to have it. I love my Islay/Island scotches and so I was hesitant about purchasing this bottle. BUT, I am glad I did. I think this one is slightly better than Glenlivet 18. You can definitely taste the oat and there is a very subtle smoke that rolls off the tongue. The presentation box is perhaps one of the best I have in my collection. I wouldn't hesitate to pick up a bottle of this nice, smooth whisky.

26th July 2015

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