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Douglas Laing's Timorous Beastie Whisky
Douglas Laing's Timorous Beastie Whisky
Douglas Laing's Timorous Beastie Whisky
Douglas Laing's Timorous Beastie Whisky

Douglas Laing's Timorous Beastie Whisky

Highland malt Scotch whisky not for the fainthearted...

This specialist small batch bottling is created using only the finest Highland malts including Dalmore, Glengoyne and Glen Garioch. Sweet with light floral and spicy honey tones, with a sweet yet subtle finish.

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Bottle at a glance

  • Size: 70cl
  • Alc Vol: 46.80 %vol
  • Year: -
  • Closure: -
  • Region: -
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Please note - every effort is taken to ensure the vintage displayed
on this page is the vintage supplied, but due to constantly refreshed
stock the vintage supplied may vary.

This product contains sulphites.

It is an offence to purchase or attempt to purchase alcoholic liquor if you are under the age of 18

Whisky at a glance

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Bin no:
606547
Size:
70cl
Alc Vol:
46.8%
Age/Vintage:
Region
Scotland, Highland
Special Features:

It is an offence to purchase or attempt to purchase alcoholic liquor if you are under the age of 18

Douglas Laing

There’s a passionate, creative and ambitious team at work behind the scenes at Douglas Laing distillery, a team that’s determined to deliver brilliantly made, inspiring whisky, in every dram. And indeed it does – the flavours of each bottle and its lively, playful label add a twinkle of mystery and mischievousness, which means it’s time to get exploring and tasting…


Who's the Beastie?

He was originally the inspiration for Robert Burns's poem 'To a mouse', and now he's a feisty medley of vanilla, malted barley, meringue, honey and citrus flavours created by single malts from distilleries such as Blair Athol, Dalmore, Glengoyne and Glen Garioch. So why not take a rest from the rat race and follow the field mouse…