Dewar's White Label became the number one Scotch in America in 1986 and still outsells all other brands today. It is blended from about 40 different single malts the youngest being 3 years and the oldest being 8 years. Dewar's White Label is known for its balance, smoothness, and consistency.
White Label debuted in 1898. Back then, it was a blend of about 10 malts, with the Aberfeldy malt being the heart of the blend. Today, Aberfeldy is still a big part of the blend, though the number of malts has increased.
Light golden/honey color. Light peat, grass, fresh honey and vanilla in the nose. Opens rather quickly with a fairly light body and initial creamy sweetness. Malty notes then dissolve into a wave of tingling heat with hints of oak. Clean, dry finish lasting about one minute. An approachable blend with a pleasant creaminess in front backed up by unobtrusive peat. Tasted 9/9/2008.
|Retail Price||$21 / 750 ml|