Whiskey maker mulls name change

KUALA LUMPUR: On the same day that the Timah whiskey controversy was raised in Parliament with a PKR MP saying it is like “drinking Malay women”, the government also announced that the manufacturer is mulling a name and image change on the label of its homegrown product.

“There is some good news with regard to the controversial local whiskey Timah after a meeting between the ministry and the manufacturer.

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