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Aerstone 10 Year Old Sea Cask

(70cl, 40%)

Aerstone 10 Year Old Sea Cask

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Aerstone 10yo Sea Cask Bottling Note

From William Grant comes Aerstone Sea Cask, a 10 year old single malt hailing from the Ailsa Bay Distillery. Its decade of maturation wasn't spent quite in the sea, though those maritime notes were still soaked up thanks to its ageing process in warehouses by the sea on the Ayrshire coast in Scotland.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Buttery toffee, creamy vanilla, freshly baked shortbread, honeyed malt, orange citrus and a dusting of cinnamon and cocoa.

Palate: Floral malt, nougat, vanilla sponge and more honey, with orange sweeties, icing sugar and earthy oak.

Finish: Notes of clove, candied lemon and vanilla pod linger, as a pinch of salt appears on the finish.

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Aerstone 10 Year Old Sea Cask Reviews


To be fair, when this is on offer £20 , i pick up a bottle, its, very good value. Light, honey, vanila very slight saline taste, i dont think there is colouring, 10 yr barrel aging giving colour, chill filtered.. yes. Make no mistake, this is a good quality whisky, can easily drink it too quickly It makes, a change from my Islay whisky, Ardbeg, Laphroaig, Bruchladdie, Bunnahabain,.....
Its my go to Lowland whisky...

29th January 2023

Great at £20

I'm very new to whisky. I like Bushmills single malt and not smokey whisky.

I tried this as a Speyside alternative and was initially underwhelmed. However, the more I approach it, the more I like it. Very interesting, lingering aftertaste.

27th January 2023

Excellent value

Excellent value and a very enjoyable whiskey. Yes it lacks the complexity of 12 and 15 year old whiskey but the giveaway is that it’s a 10 year whiskey. For that it is very smooth and drinkable.

26th January 2023

Outstanding value.

I paid £20 for this, and it's money well spent. Lots of malt flavour, warming and with a slightly sour/salty finish. I've spent a lot more money on whiskies that I have enjoyed less.

19th December 2022


Great taste and smooth.

1st December 2022

Smooth & Easy

Excellent value for the price. I had some bad experiences with whiskies of low price, but this one is perfectly decent. Perhaps not of overwhelming complexity, and perhaps still a bit young or a bit too alcoholic in the palate (but I like the nose very much, malty, sweet and salty). So I would not say that it is a great whisky, but it is still very enjoyable. And they sell it for what it is: "Smooth & Easy". What you read is what you get.

29th September 2022

Middling Malt.

Pleasant enough. Slightly smoother and milder than the standard
Grants Triple Wood, but rather lacking in flavour. I paid £21 and wouldn’t want to pay any more than that. I wish they would ditch the silly and unnecessary cardboard tube.

24th July 2022

Everyday/session whisky

For the price it's good value, nothing amazing but by no means a bad whisky. Improves with a bit of time to breath in the glass and a drop or two of water. Probably would makes a good old fashioned or highball

2nd March 2022

Easy drinking

Absolutely superb

20th February 2022

Rough as a badger's....

I know taste is subjective, but this tastes like a bog standard bottle of Grants to me. I was bought this by a family member with a nose for a bargain, who'd seen it on sale at £12.50. For that price, it's fine. But I wouldn't venture to say I'd reach for this over, I don't know... a bottle of Aldi's £15 single malt. Start comparing it with £30 malts and this is rough as a badger's arse - as they say.

17th February 2022

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