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.
A bottling of White Horse blended Scotch whisky released to commemorate the America's Cup of 1987. White Horse was first produced back in 1861 and is known for its use of certain single malts in the blend from the (now) Diageo stable, namely Lagavulin, Talisker, Caol Ila and Linkwood. This is presented in a gorgeous ship's decanter made by Royal Doulton.
A very old bottle of White Horse blended whisky, marked "By appointment to the Late King George V" and with the bottling date (1939) printed on the label. This very rare bottle has, unfortunately, lost some of its contents due to evaporation.
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.