Whisky "White Horse 1900", 0.5 L
Taste wine rich, soft, with a pleasant creamy fruit freshness, noble hints of smoke, nuances of citrus, wood, cane sugar.
The aroma of whiskey filled with fragrant notes of fresh fruit (apples and pears), for which there are rich woody notes and subtle nuances of honey.
Whiskey used as digestives in pure form or with ice, combined with cigar, coffee, in cocktails.
In 1900, the White Horse whiskey began to be exported to the world market for the first time left outside Scotland. In honor of this event was created by Master Blender special whiskey - White Horse in 1900. Mixed of excellent malt and grain whiskeys, it has a rich and soft "international" flavor.
White Horse 1900 - Blended Scotch whiskey, which in contrast to the White Horse Original dominated the lighter varieties of malt and grain whiskeys, predominantly from Speyside region (including the Glen Elgin). Also, the blend includes the famous island whiskey Lagavulin, adding noble taste the smokiness.
Distillery "White Horse" was founded in 1861 by James Logan Mackie. Until 1924 it was known as Mackie and Co. Distillery became successful because of his "second head" and the driving force, entrepreneur Peter Mackie, the stories that "one-third was a genius, one-third was eccentric, another megalomaniac." It was he who in 1890 founded and registered whiskey "White Horse", named after the famous Edinburgh inn, which in turn was named after the white horse breed horse Palfrey, owned by Mary Queen of Scots, who come from the nearby Palace of Holyroodhouse. In 1915, Peter Mackie bought the plant in Speyside Craigellachie, whose temples joined the blend "White Horse". When Peter died in 1924, his whiskey was one of the main blended whiskey in the world and among the top five. In 1927, the distillery became part of The Distillers Compagny Limited. Today whiskey under the brand name "White Horse" is exported in almost 200 countries around the world.