Named after an Edinburgh inn, White Horse was first produced in 1861 by James Logan Mackie. It was his nephew Peter that propelled the blend across the world, he would also build the mythical Malt Mill distillery and raged against Lloyd George's 'People's Budget'. This whisky finds its heart in Lagavulin but Talisker and Linkwood contribute to the blend.
A very old and very rare bottling of White Horse whisky bottled in 1941. Some say it contains traces of Malt Mill but we can't know for sure.
The fill level is below shoulder
Bottle Number: L1862289
Please note there is some scuffing to the label.
Please note fill level and general condition of bottle.
Please examine the images of the bottle, any packaging and labels carefully and satisfy yourself as to their condition before making a bid.