It is known since 1890 and said of his creator, Sir Peter Mackie, who was “third genius, one third megalomaniac, and another third eccentric” and so, always pursuing the best outcome in life. At his death, in 1924, sales of his work were duplicated, being the first whiskey to use cork and screw cap.
Its flavor is based on a well known single malt, Lagavulin, the distillery of the same name, on which to dry the peat malt used absorbing sea foam. The 40 whiskeys they use are the best areas of Highlands, Lowlands and the small island of Islay. This unique combination is exported to 200 countries under this name that resembles a horse inn famous early eighteenth century.
It is a brand recognized throughout history for any consumer. It is unmistakable symbol of good taste, nobility and distinction.
White Horse Scotch Whisky is a fine matured blend containing at its heart the unique flavor of Lagavulin, a single malt whisky from the Islay in the Hebrides. It is this individuality, the quality of its ingredients and the care with which it is made that make White Horse a fine old Scotch Whisky of rare and enjoyable Distinction.
White Horse delivers a smooth and distinctive taste, the result of an intriguing blend of crisp grain, clean malt and earthy peat.
|Region Produced in||Edinburgh|
|Product Dimensions||30 x 7,5 x 7,5 cm|
|Storage Instructions||Cool and dry conditions|
|Manufacturer/Producer||White Horse Distilles|
|Country Produced in||Scotland|
|1 Liter Proportion EUR||15.64|