White Horse Cellar Blended Scotch Whisky (1 Pt. 6 Fl. Ozs.) - 50s/60s Bottling

$699. 00 Bottle
$8388.00 Dozen
A very rare White Horse from the middle of the 20th century and bottled in Australia by Dalgety and Co. in Sydney, from a period when it was common for Scotch Whisky to be imported in bulk then bottled in Australia.

White Horse was first introduced to the world in 1890 by Peter Mackie and takes its name from the White Horse Cellar Inn in Edinburgh, near where the Mackie family lived. The composition included Lagavulin and whiskies from the Glenlivet district in Speyside. Replete with a little white horse figurine dangling from the neck tag. Some damage to the labels, otherwise very good condition. One only to sell.