A JOURNEY THROUGH THE
WORLD OF WHISKIES,ONE INSIGHT AT A TIME
White Horse, a legendary name in the world of blended Scotch whiskies, defines perfection in balance, richness, and consistency. The honey and peaty tones with sumptuous hints of its malt and oak origins resonate its delicious complexity. With such full-bodied flavours, an impressive smoky finish and warm aftertaste, White Horse has won hearts of discerning drinkers and connoisseurs worldwide. One of them is Jim Murray, who awarded the sunlight-coloured liquor with the Blended Whisky of the Year award in his 2007 Whisky Bible. Today, White Horse boasts of multiple variants for both the wallet-watchers and antique spirit collectors.
The origin of whisky goes centuries back, delighting millions of drink lovers worldwide ever since.
If you are uninitiated to “highball”, the Japanese art of drinking, the word might bring to your mind a game played at casinos. But, interestingly, it is a cocktail with a spirit base which is mixed with a larger percentage of non-alcoholic mixer and served with ice in a tall glass. Since 1920, the Japanese have been making whisky. They love to combine their meals with alcohol. However, it was difficult to drink whisky straight during a meal. The Japanese art of drinking whisky is known as “Mizuwari”, which means mixed with water.