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DEWAR'S SCOTCH COLLECTION (4 BOTTLES)

DEWAR'S SCOTCH COLLECTION (4 BOTTLES)

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Quick Overview

The Dewar's Scotch Collection includes:
1 bottle of Dewar’s White Label
1 bottle of Dewar’s 12 Year Old
1 bottle of Dewar’s 15 Year Old
1 bottle of Dewar’s 18 Year Old

All items will be shipped together.

Bottle Size: 750ml

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The famed brand, Dewar’s was established in 1846 by John Dewar Sr as a wine and spirits merchant on Perth High Street. John sold blended whisky with his own name on the bottles, a rare thing at the time and it was not long before he was supplying bars and hotels throughout Scotland with his product. John’s son, John Alexander Dewar, joined the business in 1871, becoming a partner eight years later. John Alexander inherited the business following his father’s death in 1880.