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Seaweed & Aeons & Digging & Fire & Sherry Casks & Cask Strength 10 Year Old (Batch 01)

(70cl, 56.3%)

Seaweed & Aeons & Digging & Fire & Sherry Casks & Cask Strength 10 Year Old (Batch 01)

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We can't actually ship Seaweed & Aeons & Digging & Fire & Sherry Casks & Cask Strength 10 Year Old (Batch 01) to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

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-The folks at Master of Malt

Seaweed & Sherry Casks 01 Bottling Note

If you've tried the superb Seaweed & Aeons & Digging & Fire, mulled over the helping of sherried notes at its peaty core, and thought "Gosh, this really is yummy, though I'd be well up for more of that sherried tastiness in here...", then you've willed this into existence. Good work! It's the same 10 year old Islay single malt Scotch whisky (from an undisclosed distillery) that Seaweed & Aeons & Digging & Fire is made from, except that instead of just 25% of it being finished in sherry casks, the whole lot of it is finished in sherry casks! Not only that, it's also bottled at cask strength, which really lets the smoky peat/sweet sherry juxtaposition shine.

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Seaweed & Sherry Cask #02

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Roasted coffee beans and chocolatey mocha, petrichor, the eponymous seaweed, cherry madeira cake, cigar box.

Palate: Medjool dates, jammy sultana, savoury sea breeze, cherry brandy, cask char, Brazil nuts, peat kiln smoke.

Finish: Dried fruit remains constant, with mature oak, marmalade, and cassia remaining.

Overall: The sherry casks have had quite a big influence on this one, though its Islay heart stalwartly carries on.

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Seaweed & Aeons & Digging & Fire & Sherry Casks & Cask Strength 10 Year Old (Batch 01) Reviews

Medicinal Sherry - but in a good way

Stunning stuff..a huge step up from the standard version (still lovely) but this is on another level. I will return.

30th December 2021

Oh... my... days

A big-hitting sherried dram with an injection of Isay peat? Well yes, sign me the hell up.
Appearance: Deep polished maple. Slow waxen legs.

Nose: Balsamic vinegar, smokey bacon, gentle sourness, dark honey, unripe bananas, leather, damp air, and burnt sugar. What a combo!

Palate: Sweet and thick with a beautiful balance of peat. Smoked rashers of bacon drizzled with maple syrup, pistachios, and glugs of unctuous sherry richness explode in the mouth. Undiluted, the warmth is just right.

Finish: Long with sweetness and peat dancing around the palate happily. A final wisp of ash on the exhale.

Conclusion: Absolutely brilliant. As simple as that. A total bullseye hit on sherry and peat. What these guys have done with the balancing of this whisky is just sublime.

Master of Malt has just about summed it up when they say: "Gosh, this really is yummy" I can't really top that. It really is. If you see a bottle of this, don't ignore it!

3rd November 2021

Filthy, rich and unctuous.

This is a great dram. No marketing budget. A cheap ass bottle. A label that looks like it was done on a laser printer. No expensive, luxuriously finished packaging.

It’s almost perfect. My hard earned pennies appear to be paying for what’s actually in the bottle and I think it shows. The liquid is a blisteringly full on assault on the senses. Big nose. Bigger mouth. Huge finish.

AtomLabs need to keep doing this. Don’t milk the punter, treat them well and they will keep coming back. This is how you build reputations. 10/10

9th September 2021

It grows on you.

This whisky needs time to open up. So much so that I left the bottle open overnight. It's a very unique dram and at a very reasonable price tag. People seem to think it's either Laphroaig or coal Ila just because their production output, however I strongly believe this bunnahabhain peated stock.

5th August 2021

Highly recommended for anyone looking for something a little different.

Impressive - on the nose it reflects it’s description on the main label, which is not entirely pleasant but on the palate it’s truly special. Highly recommended, especially as its smoky/peatiness is well integrated and not at all over powering. Definitely Islay but at cask strength it’s powerful but still smith and refined.

26th July 2021

This is seriously underrated!

I really struggled to find many reviews (videos or written) but decided to give it a whirl anyway, and I'm sooo glad I did!

This is absolutely delicious. There's a sweet element in here that is just singing to me, even though I've not had a glass for a few days and with that BBQ peat smoke on top, just mmmmm.

Seriously if you like Uigeadail, then give this a go. I don't suppose it's as huge a slap in the face as Oogy, similar flavours, I'd say just a bit more refined.

I seriously hope this doesn't get discontinued ever! And I look forward to future batches. For now I'll be enjoying MOM's best kept not so secret! (I'm sure if this had a distillery on the label it would fly out! More for those who know I guess!)

10th June 2021

Sea japanese


25th March 2021

Tastes like Uigeadail used to.

Massive coffee and cigar box on the nose - the MoM tram have got it just right.

I also get loads of Sherry soaked raisins and dark chocolate.

The palate is very grown-up - intricate spice and complex layers of leather and camphor.

Finish that lasts minutes.

This is a big, bold, uncompromising smack in the face to the established brands. Bravo.

25th March 2021

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