White Horse is a blended Scotch Whisky with a full-bodied, peaty flavour and a warm after-taste.
In 1890 Peter Mackie proudly introduced White Horse to the world. He recognised the importance of a well marketed, high quality, blended Whisky.
White Horse blended Scotch Whisky is named after one of Scotland's famous coaching inns. The White Horse Cellar Inn in Edinburgh was the starting place for the eight-day coach trip to London and a place where friends were always welcome.
White Horse contains at its heart the unique flavor of Lagavulin, a Single Malt Whisky from the island of Islay in the Hebrides.
The White Horse icon stands for loyalty and virility.
Today, it is popular in the likes of Russia, Brazil, Argentina and Chile and across southern Africa.
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This brand’s most renowned expression is White Horse Fine Old but it also offers other variants to suit more styles and tastes.