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Another Taste of Dewar's
Posted: April 15, 2009
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Palate: Starts out on the first sip with a hint of sharp Stilton cheese, then quickly moves to butterscotch candy, cherry, oaky vanilla, caramel or toffee and slight anise. Exhibits the same intense rock candy sweetness as the Signature, without as much peat smokiness.
Finish: Fruity sweetness plays on and on before turning to a meaty ripe banana and anise back taste.
Note: Is particularly good with a cube of ice, which opens the flavors—especially the peat element—as it melts.
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