The handsome distillery is sited on the river Tay in the Central Highlands of Scotland, a stone's throw from the birthplace of the founder, and Pioneer of Blending, John Dewar.
With land acquired from the Marquees of Breadalbane and architecture designed by Charles Doig, the distillery rose up to begin production in 1898.
Nose - Raisins and cinnamon at first, before moving onto butterscotch, caramel and apple slice. A touch of floral malt, too.
Palate - Well rounded and mellow, but not lazy at all. More apple at first, soon joined by clementine segments and honey on toast. A spark of ginger.
Finish - Waxy peels and oak.
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