Dewar's White Label

Dewar's White Label

(0.75l, 40%)


6.4/10
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$21.99
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The famous Dewar’s White Label still delivers the classic Scotch profile that started a revolution.

John Dewar Sr. founded the company in 1846. But it was when his two sons — John Dewar Jr. and Thomas Dewar took over the business that it really took off. The lads expanded the brand into a global market leader by the end of the century with attention to detail, a fine product, and quite frankly some brilliant marketing. Along the way they pioneered the technique of "marrying" where a blended Scotch is re-casked to allow for a period of aging together. And there have been a few mergers and acquisitions along the way, but the company is now owned by Bacardi who largely leave them alone to work their magic across six major Scotch and Single Malt brands.

Dewar’s White Label is THE central, core of the Dewar’s line up. It was first formulated in 1899 by Dewar & Sone first master blender — A. J. Cameron. It is listed as the number one blended Scotch Whisky in the US and sits just behind Johnnie Walker in worldwide sales. Most importantly, the famous White Label blend is the foundation on which all the Scotches under the Dewar’s nameplate are built. Central to that Spirit is the Single Malt produced at their home Aberfeldy Distillery.


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Dewar’s Whiskies have won more than 400 international awards in twenty countries.
  • Category
  • Style
    Blended Scotch Whisky
  • Region
  • Country
    United Kingdom, Scotland
  • Alcohol
    40%
  • Distillery

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caramel
peaty
honey
oak
smoky
herbs
peach
lemon
grassy
What does Dewar's White Label taste like?

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Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Spun Hay

Nose / Aroma / Smell
The aroma is fruit first with note of lemon zest, honey, peach, and grasses.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
The flavor profile is a classic, 1960’s-era Scotch profile with a bit of caramel laid over some smoky peat, wild honey, and oak.

Finish
The finish is nicely long with lingering fresh herbs and lemon pith.
Ratings & Reviews
Carl
Carl,
A serviceable Scotch at a good price. Peaty and smoky when consumed neat but not as heavy as an Islay. Works well on cocktails too. Versatile and at the right price point to be such.
 
Michael
Michael,
Solid and reliable.
 
Zac
Zac,
I gave it an 8.0 because of the price point. It’s Smokey and full. It’s in a rotation of liquors that go into my decanter.
 
Travis
Travis,
Good for price
 
Erin
Erin,
It's a personal preference thing I don't care for things that (to me) taste like a moss covered stump. It is one of the main reasons I stay away from gins (I can go outside take a shot and lick a tree and have the same piney freshness as a gin and tonic. Again, I am only one person and maybe some people like that tree sap taste.
Erin
Erin,
What I would really like to see is a few cocktails that are good for the bottles of liquor you just don't care for. Anyone got any ideas I could really use the suggestions
David
David,
Smooth and inexpensive!
 
George
George,
You know what? For being so cheap, it's pretty good. More sweet than most, but I'm not sad about that.
 
David
David,
Really like this scotch my sister in-laws significant other likes. Going to try the Johnnie Walker this has been compared to and see which one finds a place in my home bar.
 
Matthew
Matthew,
Easy drinking go to, sweet caramel
 
Michael
Michael,
Very, very smooth! Had a smell of caramel and biscuits. Will be keeping a bottle in the bar.
 
Colin
Colin,
I ordered a bottle of this for my brother in law at his wedding and we drank it straight its one of the smoothest and had a intense fruitiness to the finish was very good. DEFINITELY RECOMMEND IT.
 
Andrew
Andrew,
Not a peat guy it would seem. Tasted truly like dirt with a hint of malt. I'll stick to Highlands and Speysides when I'm craving a good Scotch
 
John
John,
Lite, smooth, sweet and with some peat. This was my grandfather’s go to drink...it’s mine now too.
 
Christopher
Christopher,
Virtually undrinkable. Lot's of peat and tastes of contaminated water.
 
SCOTT
SCOTT,
Every day Scotch with no bite!
 
Ben
Ben,
I'd rate this scotch right down the middle given the affordability of a bottle and that it is a decent sipping scotch on a budget. Not terrible, but not great either.
 
Russ
Russ,
Pedestrian. Best used with ice and cola.
 
Mark
Mark,
When you are all out of everything else.
 
Tyler
Tyler,
Stocking stuffer whisky, Part III. I was honestly surprised how much I liked this. The aroma is grape must, doughy grains, sugar glaze. Flavor has earthy, chocolatey round notes, and toast. Sweet honey finish. Really punching above its weight.
 
Josh
Josh,
Caramel and Peat
 
Ashton
Ashton,
Love scotch and whiskeys but unfortunately this is one of my least favorite.
 
Hunter
Hunter,
The Best whiskey under $20. The perfect balance of what makes scotch special. Sweet and peat in perfect harmony with one not overpowering the other, and just when you think it may be too light, the smoke hits you. This should not be so cheap and underestimated.
 
Alan
Alan,
I consider this to be THE Scotch for aperitif Scotch-and-soda. Yes, it's not in the same category as single-malt powerhouses such as Lagavulin 16 or Ardbeg Ugadail (both some of my all-time favorites for neat sipping or just savoring the aromas over a long evening), but the White Label can hold its flavor, even with soda and ice, which makes it ideal for the early evening pre-dinner cocktail -- fresh and unassuming but not a wallflower.
 
Nate
Nate,
About the worst whiskey I have ever had, I don't remember anything as painful
 
Mackenzie
Mackenzie,
Nose: Sweet and peaty, not much else Taste: Slight smokiness, quite sweet, almost tastes watered down Finish: smooth and very drinkable. Just slightly lacking
 
Christopher
Christopher,
Smoky/peaty gives way to vanilla and spice, and a short lived sweet finish. The smoke is more akin to laphroig for a flavor superior to a Chivas and different from Johnnie Walker’s more smoked flavor in a blend. A tasty blend
 
guest
guest,
It’s like you were drinking a bonfire, but only the smoke
 
guest
guest,
Sweet, cereal, floral, oak finish
 
Steven
Steven,
6.5 new to scotch. To high to soon seems unreal so 6.5 will do.
 
Dylan
Dylan,
The bottle we have is about 60 years old
 
Mark
Mark,
sweet aroma. honey? less burn than I remember, nice feel on back end. fruity up front, smokey in the back.
 
guest
guest,
Wonderful smell, very smoky taste. I tend to like this, but can be a bit too much sometimes.
 
David
David,
A bourbon and American whiskey guy, I haven't evolved to scotch neat or on the rocks just yet but keep trying. This will have to stay a part of mixed drinks only for me.
 
guest
guest,
A good value blended Scotch but not balanced as well as I’d like with the smoke taking over for me. Best enjoyed neat as mixed in a cocktail or on the rocks does not compliment the subtle sweetness.
 
Sarah
Sarah,
A well balanced, very easy scotch to drink. Not overly smoky, not too sweet and a little sour. For the price, it’s great!
 
Justin
Justin,
Smooth, entry scotch. Nothing to complain about, especially in terms of the taste for the price.
 
Francisco
Francisco,
Too smoky
 
Matthew
Matthew,
A classic, but nothing overly special. Great for an introduction to the world of scotch
 
guest
guest,
Slightly smoky, not particularly smooth.
 
guest
guest,
It’s a cheap scotch. Kind of average really. Hints of butter and alcohol on the nose. An average whiskey on the tongue. Not overly impressed.
 
guest
guest,
First scotch I’ve tasted. Seems a little muted vs a bourbon but I like it a lot.
 
John
John,
Smooth and very subtle bite.
 
guest
guest,
Good. Tastes like honey; good mixer, very simple.
 
Tristan
Tristan,
For a $20 Scotch, I find it to be quite enjoyable
 
Christian
Christian,
It's a bland tasting scotch, but for the price you shouldn't expect more.
 
guest
guest,
It has that band-aid taste at the finish that I have yet to know what it comes from.
 
Denis
Denis,
Not impressed. Slightly better than normal vodka.
 
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