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White Horse

(70cl, 40%)

White Horse

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We can't actually ship White Horse to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

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White Horse Bottling Note

A good blend which was first produced in 1861, White Horse was the Blended Whisky of the Year in Jim Murray's 2007 Whisky Bible.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

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, and creamy vanilla.

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White Horse Reviews


I enjoy a good whiskey- I am more of a blended whiskey fan. White Horse as An everyday drink is enjoyable

14th February 2021

I like it...but for personal reasons!

My dads go to. have had countless with him...he is 90 and flagging now. So I expect I will always have a soft spot for the stuff. As cheap blends go it one of the better ones.

3rd January 2021

Economy whisky

Decent, albeit a little harsh, economy whisky. Nice blend of vanilla and smoke.

20th July 2020

Good taste and economical

Good whiskey, tasteful smooth. Drank neat. Well worth it’s price.

27th June 2020

Bilge water

Not even close to pre war or the 50s 60s bottlings l could tell you more but l don’t want to increase demand on already hard to find bottles , nudge nudge wink wink!

18th June 2020

Ek number 👍🏼

Mast mast mast 👍🏼 😋

3rd June 2020

Still holds its own. Rating as factor of cost.

The bottle I'm reviewing was stamped 2017/2/24. I cannot remember tasting an older bottle. It is sweet, smooth and pleasantly oily, but there is also a touch of bitterness at the very end which might nit have been present some years ago. This dissipates somewhat and most crucially, the sweetness hangs on in there, with a surprisingly long finish. For the price it can't really be faulted.

10th May 2019

Superb for an everyday blend. Easy on the palate & smoooth!

My favorite single malts are Macallan 12 & Dalwhinnie 15. However, I can't afford those as everyday whiskeys, so White Horse is perfect for my palate everyday. I have several dozen single malts in my collection, but overall I prefer White Horse to most single malts other than the aforementioned two. I suppose White Horse is similar to politics ... you either love it or you hate it. Most of the men in my family (and my 5 sons) are usually pleasantly surprised with the taste. Highly recommended, but difficult to find in a bar/pub. Easily found in U.S. liquor stores, though. I consider the more common blends (Johnnie Walker red & black, Dewar's, Chivas, Pinch, etc.) as mouthwash. I'll drink those if nothing else is available other than water, but White Horse by choice. Neat, of course!

13th February 2019

Good whisky

This is fucking good whisky better than Glenmorangie for me

11th January 2019

Where's the Lagavulin?

I agree with the previous review. I drank White Horse for years, then noticed that it didn't taste so good anymore, then noticed that Lagavulin was no longer mentioned on the label. I've been searching for an affordable, slightly smoky, and not-too-sweet Scotch and have settled on Teacher's for now.

29th December 2018

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