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Get to Know Dewar’s Double Double Whisky Series

When Dewar’s first pioneered double-aging, it revolutionized the definition of smoothness. Now, with the introduction of the Dewar’s Double Double family of whiskies, Dewar’s has once again redefined what smooth can be.

Created by five-time Master Blender of the Year Stephanie Macleod, Dewar’s Double Double 37 is a milestone in whisky history and the oldest and one of the rarest blended malt Dewar’s has ever released.

Created as a tribute to Scotland’s Speyside whisky region, Double Double 37 is aged four times including finishing in Oloroso sherry casks that once held Aultmore single malt. Tasting this whisky is a truly sublime experience as notes of cinnamon, vanilla, heather honey, fruit, and brown sugar come together in harmony with a long, smooth, finish.

Dewar’s Double Double 21, another one of Stephanie’s brilliant expressions, is aged four times and finished in Oloroso sherry casks to offer subtle notes of cinnamon and ripe vine fruits with a long, silky finish.

For those who seek an even more exclusive experience, Dewar’s presents Double Double 21 Mizunara Oak Cask. This elegant whisky is aged four times including finishing in rare Japanese Mizunara Oak casks made from wood that can take up to 200 years to mature.

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