What's in a name? White Horse whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled White Horse whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Good balance and complexity with hints of oak, smoke and toffee. There's a good fruity note, with plenty of malt.
Palate: Really malty and quite sweet with honey, fruit and toffee. Supple and sumptuous.
Finish: The finish is long and quite complex with notes of oak, peppy spices, creamy vanilla and oak.
I can imagine americans who don't even know what the peat is don't like this. I think this above average blend. Not great, but a good one.
30th December 2013
Hey there! As whisky is made with barley, water and yeast, there shouldn't be anything that doesn't class it as vegan! However, maturation in sherry butts can render it non-vegan. The sources I can find online say that White Horse is vegan, but I cannot guarantee that this is still true, I'm afraid! Your best bet would be to get in touch with the distillery directly. Apologies for not being more helpful! --The Chaps at Master of Malt
25th November 2013
Can you tell me if White Horse Blended Scotch is vegan?
24th November 2013
9th July 2013
White Horse is a preferred drink for me, family and friends. 99% of the time we choose to drink White Horse because of its unique taste and aroma. Compliments to Lagavulen Distillery, keep up the good work guys. Cheers- four fingers!!!!
5th July 2013
№1 блендит уйски
(Translation using Google Translate: № 1 blended whiskey)
10th June 2013
well, some of the reviews seem to praise this one - maybe it's just my faulty palate, but drinking this bottle was like smoking a cheap cigar. It's not bad on the first sip, I agree with the review below that states the same, but I'm afraid we enede up drinking up the bottle just so it doesn't go to waste. The taste of the first sip degrades into unpleasant "cheap booze" taste soon..
7th June 2013
mello chill and theeee besssst to jus sip and chill best taste ever!!!!!
14th May 2013
Hi there. Yes, we are indeed able to deliver to Wales, but should you have any problems with your order, please email our Customer Service team on firstname.lastname@example.org, or call them on 01892 888 376, and they will be more than happy to help. -- The Chaps at Master of Malt
7th May 2013
Are you able to deliver the white horse whisky to Carmarthen in Wales, please?
DR Jan Klesken
MY GRANDAD'S FAVOURITE.TRY IT WITH COCONUT WATER.NOT READILY AVAILABLE HERE.
AV RAMPERSAD/TRINIDAD/WEST INDIES.
15th April 2013
Had heard decent things about White Horse before trying it, but found it to be horribly awful.
To me, it just tasted like perfumed spirit, and left an uncomfortable burn in my throat.
No pleasant tastes whatsoever, just nasty like cheap alcohol.
It could be that I got a (very) bad bottling - I'll probably never know because I doubt I'll ever taste White Horse again.
I'll ask my mate for a second opinon, but if he doesn't like it, it's going down the sink.
8th April 2013
A solid blend. Fairly sweet, almost syrupy, with just a nice hint of smoke. It lacks complexity, but it's good value nonetheless.
25th February 2013
ASlinda fena değil ama çok pahal,i türkiyeye gelene kadar baya para giriyo kib bye
31st December 2012
Good Scotch for a night by the fire. Compared to Vat 69 it is a little more complex and has a stronger finish.
29th December 2012
The Lagavulin of poor men!!
One blend legend together with Teacher's!
both have more than 40% Malt !!
15th September 2012
Wonderful on the first sip. Smokey and savory. Quickly devolves into a syrupy and oily dram with flavors of cheap cooking oil and cured meats. Gross I know. Halfway through the bottle I was bummed because I don't waste and knew I would have to get through the stuff. It really set me up to be let down because it started off beautifully.
13th August 2012
nai dobroto smes whisky na sveta
25th June 2012
i do not know all of the particulars of blending whisky but i know what i like. i visited the white horse distillery in october, 1981 and to date this is the "best" industrial tour ever. their whisky is of the gods.
8th June 2012
well what can isay about that?first of all fantastic bottle and really rich taste!If you are looking for something special white horse is the name of the game.Cheers!
1st February 2012
This can be aptly described as a solid old world blend. Robust, right amount of peatiness (someone informed that at the heart of this blend was Lagavulin), rich in taste and aroma. An old favourite (have seen the bottle as a toddler!), but unfortunately, don't seem to find it either in the local market in India nor at the duty free shops. Scores over many expensive blends and malts; truly a characteristic whisky.
28th June 2010