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Updated: Feb 26

Written by Sharon Tan

Dewar's has teamed up with the U.S. Open to launch a distinctive 19-year-old Scotch whisky, aged to perfection and finished in red wine casks, blending the excitement of golf with the excellence of fine spirits. This special edition Scotch is a fusion of Dewar’s rich whisky heritage and innovative spirit, offering a complex flavor profile enriched by its unique finishing process.

Embracing Tradition with a Creative Twist

Known for its pioneering spirit in whisky craftsmanship, Dewar’s introduces an expression that combines traditional aging with an inventive finishing touch. The whisky's lengthy maturation in oak casks is enhanced by a final aging stage in red wine barrels, infusing it with a unique spectrum of flavors and aromas.

Tasting Notes: A Rich, Flavorful Journey This limited release promises a sensory adventure, featuring aromas of red berries and spice, complemented by flavors of dried fruits, smooth chocolate, and hints of vanilla. The result is a whisky that's as complex as it is delightful.

Celebrating Golf and Whisky

The collaboration with the U.S. Open adds a celebratory layer to this exclusive whisky, making it a must-have for golf fans and whisky collectors alike. Its limited production ensures its status as a collectible item, embodying the precision and artistry shared by both golf and whisky-making.

Limited Edition Release

Availability of this 19-year-old Scotch may differ across locations, but enthusiasts should expect limited quantities. This release is a showcase of Dewar’s commitment to excellence and a coveted addition to any collection.

Dewar’s and the U.S. Open's collaboration offers a unique opportunity to merge the passion for golf with the appreciation of fine whisky. Ideal for enjoying on the green or in a whisky lover’s retreat, this 19-year-old Scotch finished in red wine casks is a celebration of tradition, innovation, and sporting spirit.

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