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This special-edition scotch is the perfect Father’s Day gift for whisky lovers

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Dewar’s 19 Year-Old “Champions Edition” was created in partnership with the USGA to commemorate the U.S. Open at The Country Club.

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Just in time to celebrate the year’s most prestigious major championship, Dewar’s, the world’s most awarded blended Scotch whisky, has created a 19-year-old “Champions Edition” that’s sure to please both malted-grain aficionados and 19th-hole newbies alike.

Inspired by the USGA’s U.S. Open championship motto, “From Many, One,” three-time master blender of the year Stephanie Macleod utilized a number of new American oak and rye casks to produce one show-stopping championship blend.

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Dewar’s 19-year-old “Champions Edition”

$92

Dewar’s 19 is blended, then double aged, and finally finished in a combination of First-Fill Bourbon Casks, New American Oak Casks and First Fill Rye Casks. The result is a balanced, smooth and vibrant whisky.

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The bold and balanced spirit features notes of heather honey, butterscotch and cinnamon spice, which resolve in a rich, fruity finish.

As part of a multiyear partnership with the USGA, Dewar’s Champions Edition blend, which first debuted at last year’s U.S. Open at Torrey Pines, will be sold in a special limited-edition commemorative bottle, both online and in select markets.

Part of the proceeds from each sale will benefit the USGA Foundation, which was established to secure resources to enhance the on-course experience for all players.

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