Dewar's 12 Year Old
The Ancestor Double Aged

70cl / 40%
Dewar's 12 Year Old / The Ancestor / Double Aged
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Dewar's 12 year old blend, called 'Double Aged' due to the 6 months of marrying in oak casks that the whisky does after initial maturation and blending. Dewar's is one of the world's most awarded whiskies, recently winning the Monde Grand Gold across their range.
12 Year Old

Dewar's 12 Year Old Reviews

10 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    2 September

    Yum. That's the extent of it.....

  • 4
    16 May

    "Nose" (undiluted) Mellon, fruitcake, raspberries. "Palate" (undiluted) Spiced honey up front, followed by easy sherry notes, golden barley, pancakes, spiced strawberries. "Finish" (undiluted) Malty, black pepper, fennel, anise, arak, black licorice, blackened toast. "General Impressions" This is really good in the blend category. Definitely displays some sherry notes on the palate and then there is a very pleasant finish of malt, black licorice and dark toast. Well balanced. Not grainy either.

  • 5
    2 December 2015

    Awesome whisky, smooth as silk!

  • 2
    30 September 2015

    Surprised at the glowing reviews here. I thought it was distinctly average and definitely overpriced. In my personal opinion, you''d be better off getting a sub-£20 standard blend - any one.

  • 4
    11 July 2015

    love the 12 yr old oak cast dewars..almost as good as a lot of single malts...

  • 4
    15 November 2014

    Very nice light blend. I get a sweet finish with no peat. I have the 12 year old blend as pictured above called the "The Ancestor". The "Doubled Age" 12 year old mentioned has a dark blue label so I''m not sure if they are the same.

  • Jonathan 22 September 2013

    As someone who normally prefers single malts, this is one of the best blended whiskys around. It is a massive step up from Dewar's White Label and on a par with Ballantine's 17 year old. I am surprised that this is not widely available in shops in the UK, it certainly should be!

  • The Colonel 29 April 2013

    I think this great quality blend is really overlooked. It's smooth, rounded and complex, a class act. Worth trying if you find it on offer, otherwise you are spoilt for choice with entry level single malts in this price range.

  • Steele 28 January 2013

    Fantastic, gives u a nice warm glow

  • Zvi S 3 January 2013

    Tried it when in the Savoy and was very impressed with a smooth flavour with out being tastless. I would describe it as liquid silk good for both begginer and veteran