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Whisky's reputation 'under threat' A decision by drinks giant Diageo to change the composition of the famous Cardhu malt has caused waves of protest around the world.Diageo's global brand director told BBC Scotland News Online that the implications of the move had been distorted and over-dramatised.A few thousand cases of Tullibardine whisky will be placed on the market over the next few months following a label and carton redesign by Wolffe & Co, the Edinburgh consultancy.
If you view [buying a cask] as an investment, it might not make sense, but people like the idea." In the meantime, Tullibardine plans to generate cash by building a £10m tourism attraction and retail centre at the site, which is close to the busy A9 Stirling-to-Perth road.
The company plans to produce about 100,000 litres a year, putting it on a level with smaller distilleries such as Edradour, which is also in Perthshire.
Customers will be able to pay up front for individual casks containing the equivalent of about 360 bottles.
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It will investigate whether Diageos decision to alter its Cardhu product without making noticeable changes to the whiskys packaging constitutes an infringement of internal market or consumer protection regulations...