Dewar's Double Double 32 Year
Dewar's // Scotland
Dewar's Double Double 32 Year is a blended scotch crafted by master blender Stephanie Macleod which is aged in a "four stage aging process." The first step involves single malts and single grains which have been aged separately at least 32 years. Next, the single malts are blended together and rested in exhausted casks. This process is also done for the single grains. Then, the blended single malts and blended single grains are blended together and again rested in exhausted casks. Finally, the blended scotch finishes its maturation in sherry casks. For the 32 year, it is finished in ex-Pedro Ximenez sherry.
BlendedComprised of both single malt(s) and single grain(s) often from many different distilleries; if Scotch or Irish must be aged for at least three years in oak barrels; Irish may include single pot still whiskey in the blend.
Cask Typefinished in ex-Pedro Ximenez casks
"This blended whisky intrigues with an extended ageing period and PX finish. It offers the richness one would hope for, with notes of dates, raisin, leather, and the suggestion of orange peel. The mouthfeel is heavy, but the spirit is not at all cloying or overwhelmed by the sherry. The most full-bodied in the Double Double line, it would make an excellent night cap."