Another brand with a long and illustrious history, named after a famous Edinburgh hostelry. Containing around 40% malt whisky, White Horse has a pleasing honeyed palate accompanied by peaty undertones.
A lovely old bottle of White Horse from 1940 - but sadly a great deal of the whisky inside has evaporated over the intervening decades. This is a very pretty collectors bottle, but the remaining contents are almost certainly undrinkable, and we advise that they should not be consumed.
A great looking bottle of White Horse's blended Scotch whisky from the 1950s - 1957, to be exact, as it says on the label. Please note that the level of liquid in this bottle is below the neck as pictured.
An old bottling of White Horse 8 year old blended Scotch whisky with the popular spring cap closure. We estimate that this was bottled during the 1930s and carries the royal warrant for His Majesty The King.