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It's not every day you get to hold a piece of history like this. Named after the legendary White Horse Cellar Inn in Edinburgh, White Horse was first introduced to the world in 1890 by Peter Mackie.
Unfortunately, there's very little knowledge of this bottle left, but what we do know is that it would usually be composed of a high percentage of Malt Mill (closed in 1960), Lagavulin, and a variety of Whiskies from the Glenlivet district in Speyside. Or something like that, nobody really knows.
Oh, and the "By Appointment to Her Majesty the Queen" dates this bottle sometime in the 1950s.
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