Everything Dewar's have learnt over 125 years of making Scotch Whisky has gone into the blending of Dewar's Ancestor. It offers a unique and satisfying experience especially for the connoisseurs of 12 year old Sctoch Whisky.
The highlanders guide to Scotch drinking items:
Blended Scotch: Created by blending single malts from different regional distilleries with grain whiskies, as a result blended whiskies are often described as smooth and perfectly balanced in taste.
Single Malt: Malt whisky from a single distillery unmixed with grain whisky.
Dram: Measurement of liquid often associated with Scotch Whisky and determined by the pourer.
On the rocks: Scotch served with ice.
Dewars Anchestor Reserve 12 Years Discontinued. Only 1 bottle in stock
|Region Produced in||Perthshire|
|Cask||American white oak casks|
|Tasting Notes||Neat: Poured straight into the glass from the bottle. No water, no ice, and not chilled.
Nose: Description of the bouquet and character of the whisky. Can be used as a verb "to nose".
Straight: Chilled whisky (strained through ice). In Scotland means the same as "neat".|
|Manufacturer/Producer||John Dewar & Sons Ltd.|
|Country Produced in||Scotland|
|70 CL Proportion EUR||175,00|