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Dewar's Signature Blended Scotch

Dewar's Signature Blended Scotch
Item# A001241
Regular price: $189.99
Sale price: $149.99
Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days

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SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL DISCOUNT FOR THE WEEK OF NOVEMBER 17-24: Enter Coupon code "SMS20" At the checkout page in the promotional code field to Save $20 Off on order of 2 bottles of this item , or, any order of $200 or more .

There are over 160 years of blending traditions in every bottle of DEWAR’S SIGNATURE Blended Scotch Whisky. Carefully layered from the rarest whiskies from each of Scotland's whiskies regions and double barrel aged to perfection to bring out the complex flavor.

92 Points - Malt Advocate "According Malt Advocate - 92 Pts - Johnnie Walker Blue, meet Dewar’s Signature. Signature is Dewar’s introduction into the ultra-premium blended scotch category. Like Johnnie Walker Blue, Signature bears no age statement, but I’m told that a 27 year old Aberfeldy is the heart of the blend. The first release consists only of 1,000 individually numbered bottles, and they’re only available in New York City. I’m always a little skeptical of very expensive blends that come in fancy packages. There are some very good, reasonably priced blends in the 10-20 year old range, and the expensive ones are often only marginally better, if that. But I like this whisky a whole lot better than the standard Dewar’s White Label, and it is also superior to Dewar’s 12 year old-a whisky which I find to be quite enjoyable. While maintaining the Dewar’s profile-nicely balanced-this whisky offers greater depth, maturity, and complexity without being too woody-a creamy, malty foundation makes sure of that. The whisky expresses a rich, honeyed maltiness which combines nicely with notes of golden raisins, vanilla, caramel, and crème brûlée, with just a hint of spicy oak notes for complexity. "