The cute field mouse features a bottle of Douglas Laing’s Timorous Beastie Highland Malt Scotch Whisky and its sequences may look sweet but the drinkers should heed to the label ‘s warning: Not for the fainthearted! ”Starting off pleasantly sweet, turning into an overwhelming burn in the mouth and throat. The beginning taste was like honey and slowly turns into a spicy and intense for the tongue to discern longer: dramatic swing from sweet to spicy was certainly an interesting experience”. Before having a dram of Timorous Beatie, be ready for a rollercoaster mood. Moreover, Timorous Beastie is the name from Rober Burns’s poem: ‘To a mouse’ and in his poem he talked about his encounter with a mouse which upended its nest in the field.