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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.
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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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 12year 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
This was very nice. Smooth and easy to drink. Difficult to find now.
24th August 2015
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