Dewar's Reviews

DEWAR'S Reviews

All Dewar's Reviews

Average rating: 7.8/10 (310 votes)

Browse 48 reviews for all Dewar's products. You can find the newest reviews at the top.

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Dewar's 12 Year Old Ancestor
David,
Great sipping scotch especially if you can find it for a reasonable price. Some grocery stores have it overpriced. When you can find it at a warehouse club, it's a steal. Sweet and smokey.
Dewar's 12 Year Old Ancestor
john,
Strong, sip slowly, but tastes good.
Dewar's Blended Scotch Whisky
Paul,
Good value regular drink.
Dewar's Blended Scotch Whisky
guest,
Easy after work scotch. Great everyday price and flavor.
Dewar's 12 Year Old
Chris,
Solid mix of smoke and peat, sweet to start but none too sharp. Respectable price - Definitely one I’ll keep stocked.
Dewar's White Label
guest,
Its like drinking history, being one of the oldest blended Scotches. Aberfeldy is the base Scotch in the blend, I believe, and then a mix of a dozen or so grain whiskeys (from what the Whiskey Vault taught me. Their review is on YouTube). It's light, simple, and classic. Perfect for a cocktail and/or a simple drink. Nothing too complex, but sometimes that’s the perfect drink.
Dewar's Blended Scotch Whisky
Chris,
Great as an everyday, neat or over ice.
Dewar's White Label
guest,
Solid and affordable
Dewar's White Label
Charles,
A wonderful introduction into scotch if you're not a scotch drinker.
Dewar's White Label
Patrick,
Dewar's white label is a go-to for me at most bars, as it's reliably tasty neat.
Dewar's 12 Year Old Ancestor
Michael,
Leaves a bitter after taste
Dewars White Label
guest,
Slightly smoky, not particularly smooth.
Dewars White Label
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.
Dewar's Blended Scotch Whisky
John,
You can't go wrong with some Dewar's scotch.
Dewars White Label
guest,
First scotch I’ve tasted. Seems a little muted vs a bourbon but I like it a lot.
Dewar's 12 Year Old
Derek,
Good balance of smoke and peat. Very comparable to Johnnie Double Black. Great price for a daily drinker. I always keep this one stocked.
Dewar's White Label
Owen,
It was ok
Dewar's White Label
Spencer,
Decent for the price. Nothing out of the ordinary or special but decent taste.
Dewar's White Label
Doug,
Honestly, this may be the worst smelling and tasting scotch I've ever had. It's repulsive.
Dewar's White Label
Troy,
Decent
Dewar's Blended Scotch Whisky
Miguel,
Good for the price
Dewars White Label
John,
Smooth and very subtle bite.
Dewar's White Label
guest,
Very smooth, starting of very sweet with minimal smoke and a hint of oak, lands very differently with hint of spice, vanilla and leather torches by peat.
Dewars White Label
guest,
Good. Tastes like honey; good mixer, very simple.
Dewar's 12 Year Old
Bryan,
I try different scotch as possible, always come back to Dewar's
Dewar's White Label
Eric,
Pretty good for the price.
Dewar's Blended Scotch Whisky
Michael,
It's okay. Smokey and oaky, not too much going on, easy finish. I had it on the rocks. Not my favorite, but I could have another glass.
Dewar's White Label
Jon,
Too smokey
Dewar's Blended Scotch Whisky
Aaron,
my go to everyday scotch
Dewar's 12 Year Old
guest,
Affordable and tastes outstanding for price range
Dewar's White Label
Dusty,
Smooth with a lingering sweetness. The smokiness falls somewhere between not enough and just enough. Great for sharing en mass, but not as a parting gift.
Dewar's 12 Year Old Ancestor
christian,
Smooth, sweet, you can feel the honey, the fruits; pineapple and prunes. Butterscotch at the finish. Doesnt stay longer but it’s nice to sip.
Dewar's Blended Scotch Whisky
Mike,
Good basic w/o sharp taste
Dewar's White Label
Ray,
Smooth
Dewar's White Label
Antti,
It is a good, rich, Blended Scotch by Aberfeldy Distillery from the Highlands & bottled by Dewar's. Up to 40 of the finest malt and grain whiskies are blended together to create this time honored blend. It has a sweet birth with notes of Oak, fresh grain & vanilla; while life adds notes of fruit & herbs; that leads to a medium death with notes of Scottish heather, honey, citrus, caramel & peat smoke,
Dewar's Blended Scotch Whisky
Antti,
It is a good, rich, Blended Scotch by Aberfeldy Distillery from the Highlands & bottled by Dewar's. Up to 40 of the finest malt and grain whiskies are blended together to create this time honored blend. It has a sweet birth with notes of Oak, fresh grain & vanilla; while life adds notes of fruit & herbs; that leads to a medium death with notes of Scottish heather, honey, citrus, caramel & peat smoke,
Dewar's White Label
Jamie,
Smooth to the last drop.
Dewar's Blended Scotch Whisky
Bryan,
While not a favorite, a safe bet for un-discerning guests
Dewar's 18 Year Old Founders Reserve
Anthony,
nose: orange, cut flowers, a littl vanilla, almond, honey, a little wood of some kind palate:thick/creamy, barley, tart fruits finishL short finish, creamy mouthfeel that lingers, honey up front, tart red fruit in the back overall: very similar to Macallan 10 but with a creamy texture and a little more fruit. very easy to drink
Dewar's White Label
Ryan,
So smooth
Dewars White Label
Tristan,
For a $20 Scotch, I find it to be quite enjoyable
Dewar's 12 Year Old Ancestor
Enoch,
At this price point, this is the smoothest scotch you might be able to find. Not a lot of depth of flavor, but that smoothness is spectacular. This will be a regular on my shelf.
Dewars White Label
Christian,
It's a bland tasting scotch, but for the price you shouldn't expect more.
Dewars White Label
guest,
It has that band-aid taste at the finish that I have yet to know what it comes from.
Dewar's 12 Year Old Ancestor
guest,
warming toffee apple pie and crust smell. on the nose the first time I smell chocolate then later loads of toffee. the palate feels creamy like i've eaten a sweet pie the after taste feels like pear. it has a warm finish. A bit of water made it more bold. Love it compared to boring Chivas
Dewar's 12 Year Old
John,
Rating it an 8 for its price range. Very drinkable for the price. Vanilla, Carmel, and cherry pull through nicely.
Dewar's 12 Year Old
Niall,
Ok
Dewars White Label
Denis,
Not impressed. Slightly better than normal vodka.