Cardhu pure malt to be withdrawn

Diageo has reversed its decision to change the composition of its Scotch brand Cardhu from a single malt to a pure malt. The company will withdraw its Cardhu pure malt, launched last summer. It says: ‘We underestimated the strength of feeling on this issue.’

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