White Horse Blended Whisky
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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.
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.
What some of our whisky enthusiast friends have said about White Horse Blended Whisky
Quote 1 “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.”
Quote 2 “This is fucking good whisky better than Glenmorangie for me”