White Horse

When ‘restless’ Sir Peter Mackie died in 1924, the company took the unusual step of reorganising and renaming itself after its best-known product. Sir Peter’s company had been making White Horse blended whisky since the 1880s, the name originating from a coaching inn on Edinburgh’s Canongate that was also owned by the Mackie family.

Lagavulin 1979 16 Year Old 'The Distillers Edition' Classic Malts White Horse 43.00% 70cl £1,950.00 GBP
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Lagavulin 16 Year Old 'Classic Malts' White Horse 43.00% 70cl £280.00 GBP
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White Horse 1957 70º proof £650.00 GBP
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