White Horse (whisky)
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White Horse Scotch Whisky is a blended Scotch whisky from Edinburgh, first produced by James Logan Mackie in 1861. In 2006, White Horse won blended whisky of the year in Murray's 2007 Whisky Bible.
- During World War 2, White Horse scotch was provided to crews of the 467th Bombardment Group during mission debriefings.
- White Horse is the brand of scotch preferred by Jackie Gleason's character Minnesota Fats in The Hustler (1961).
- The late New York Yankee manager Joe McCarthy favored the White Horse brand of scotch. When he imbibed to excess he was said to be "riding the white horse".
- In his song "Beeswing," English musician Richard Thompson sings of a travelling woman who has "White Horse in her hip pocket, and a wolfhound at her feet".
- In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the advertising slogan of White Horse Whisky was "you can take a white horse anywhere", accompanied by a white horse in various settings, such as a garden party.
- "White Horse Blended Scotch Whisky". scotchwhisky.net.
- Mercer, Chris (19 Dec 2006). "Diageo and co missing UK whisky gap". BeverageDaily.com. Retrieved 2008-07-28.
- "White Horse Scotch Whiskey". internetwines.com.
- Halberstam, D. "Summer of '49"
- Rayner, Philip; Wall, Peter; Kruger, Stephen (2004-01-01). Media Studies: The Essential Resource. Psychology Press. ISBN 9780415291729.
- Whisky.com – White Horse Blended Scotch Whisky
- Gordon & MacPhail – Whisky Guide – Distillery Profiles – Glen Elgin Distillery
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