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Glenordie 12 Year Old Dewars - 75cl 43%

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A rare bottle of Glenordie 12 years old bottled by John Dewar & Sons Ltd (Perth, Scotland).

Created by John Dewar in 1846, Dewar's whisky has gone on to be one of the most successful blended Scotch whiskys, arguably Americas top performing blends and one of the most awarded blends in the world.

Aberfeldy distillery was created to help maintain a constant malt source and Dewar's are also said to have pioneered the process of marrying multiple whiskies into one consistent blended product by vatting them together in barrel.

Please note as this is a vintage whisky, conditions of bottle/label and liquid level can vary - Please note, minor scuffs/creases to box.

Tasting Notes

Nose: Strawberry juice, sweet malt, vanilla, musty warehouse floor, orange peel, light smoke.

Palate: Creamy, malt, vanilla, very sweet, orange marmalade, over time more present oak slight dryness.

Finish: Paper sweet, light oak, the strawberries are easy to taste again.


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