Dewar’s blended Scotch whiskies available at the bar

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Dewar’s Blended Scotch Whisky

John Dewar, born 1805, founded his business in 1846 and pioneered the art of carefully blending up to 40 single malt and single grain whiskies together to make a Scotch that was fine, smooth and never varied.

  • Dewar’s White Label 40%abv £2.50 (25ml)

Famous for its ‘double-aged’ blend, with six months of marrying in oak casks after initial maturation and blending, this blended scotch whisky’s unique taste and experience is one of the world’s most popular and awarded whiskies.

  • Dewar’s Caribbean Smooth 8 Year Old 40%abv £3.50 (25ml)

The first launch in Dewar’s 8 Year Old Cask Series, a blend of up to 40 single malts and grain whiskies that have been matured for at least eight years, it is then ‘double aged’ in oak casks for extra smoothness, then finished in ex-rum casks.

  • Dewar’s Ilegal Smooth 8 Year Old 40%abv £3.50 (25ml)

Enjoy the classic honeyed and fruity house style of the Dewar’s blend with a truly unique layer of flavour with its Ilegal Mezcal cask finish, which gives surprising notes of sliced green pepper and a long wisp of smoke finish.

  • Dewar’s Portuguese Smooth 8 Year Old 40%abv £3.50 (25ml)

Bringing about the vibrancy and colourful flavours that embody Portugal and Scotland, Portuguese Smooth has undergone a double ageing process for extra smoothness and then finished in Ruby Port casks creating an approachable and smooth whisky with a difference.

  • Dewar’s Japanese Smooth 8 Year Old 40%abv £3.50 (25ml)

Part of the Dewar’s 8 Year Old Cask Series,  Japanese Smooth has undergone a double ageing process for extra smoothness and then finished in Japanese (Mizunara) Oak Casks creating an approachable and smooth whisky with an extraordinary difference.

  • Dewar’s 175 Blend abv 43%abv £6.00  (25ml)

Marking the exact date John Dewar opened his store – 15 May 1846 – the limited edition 175 blend was created by our Master Blender Stephanie Macleod and her team using carefully selected whiskies from across the ages of the distillery’s inventory, all of which were filled into cask on 15 May.

  • Dewar’s 12 40%abv £3.00 (25ml)

Dewar’s 12 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky is famous for its ‘double-ageing’, due to six months of resting in oak casks after initial maturation and blending. The result? Extra smoothness and a whisky with notes of vanilla, dark caramel, and sultanas.

  • Dewar’s 15 40%abv £4.50 (25ml)

Dewar’s 15 Year Old is a sweeter, lighter Blended Scotch Whisky and thanks to both our unique double ageing process and golden water source, Dewar’s 15 Year Old is unusually smooth with flavour notes of honey, toffee and floral.

  • Dewar’s 18 40%abv £5.00 (25ml)

Dewar’s 18 Year Old’s unique taste and experience makes it one of the world’s most popular and awarded whiskies. Enjoy a dram which is creamy on the palate with an initial burst of rich dark fruits layers and luscious notes of toffee, vanilla and marzipan emerging and lingering on the palate.

  • Dewar’s 25 40%abv £7.50 (25ml)

Dewar’s® The Signature 25 Year Old is something very special. It’s for those looking to push the boat out and celebrate milestones, this Scotch whisky’s unique taste and experience is one of the world’s most popular and awarded whiskies.

  • Dewar’s ‘Double Double’ 21 46%abv £7.50 (25ml)

With the limited edition new ‘Double Double’ range, this process has become an art form, with a ‘quadruple aging’ or ‘double double’ aging process created by Dewar’s Master Blender Stephanie Macleod. This 21-year-old release has been finished in Oloroso Sherry casks, giving the whisky “subtle notes of cinnamon and ripe vine fruits with a silky smooth finish”.

  • Dewar’s ‘Double Double’ 27 46%abv £9.50 (25ml)

Dewar’s Double Double 27 Year Old is finished in Palo Cortado sherry casks and this blend delivers heady, aromatic, floral notes with honeyed fruits and subtle spice and the characteristic silky smooth finish.

  • Dewar’s ‘Double Double’ 32 46%abv – SOLD OUT 

Undergoing our unique four-stage aging process, this 32 year old release has been finished in Pedro Ximenez casks, giving the whisky “rich, ripe treacle notes with a hint of smokiness and a silky smooth finish”.

 

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