Defending the indefensible

BBC: 'The whisky critics are wrong' (17-Nov-03)
When worldwide drinks company Diageo changed the composition of the famous Cardhu malt, a storm raged in the whisky world. The firm's rivals said the industry's reputation was being damaged because the 12-year-old single malt was now being made from a mixture of vatted malts from several distilleries while still being sold under its original name.

In the name of everything that is holy, Diageo, Cardhon't!

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Richard Carter

A fat, bearded chap with a Charles Darwin fixation.

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