Appearance: Coppery caramel. Thin legs.
Nose: toffee, corn syrup, wildflowers.
On the palate: Thin, a bit of burn, caramel, some floral, maybe even peaty notes.
Finish: Sweet. Lots of vanilla with a bit of burn and some toffee.
Parting Words: I dunno what to think about this one really. On the one hand, it’s a cheap blend that is certainly worth what I paid for it, on the other hand, hearing that it contained Lagavulin Single Malt, my expectations were higher. The Islay influence is certainly there but in a very subtle way. In the end, I think White Horse is a serviceable bottom-shelf blend, and worth a mild recommendation.