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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.

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

UNREMARKABLE

Picked it up for £20 and for that price I can't grumble. An easy drinker but unremarkable and not one I will probably pick up again.

15th January 2021

A great value malt

I'm lucky to have quite a collection of quality malts and to be fair, before making my opinion known, my palate and preference is for Irish whiskey but I bought this today because I've not had it before and at £20 at Asda what's not to try?
Got to say I was really impressed. It's not complex but there is the hint of peat, not overpoweringat all. It is also aptly named 'Sea Cask' as I could really could taste a subtle saltiness of the sea in each sip. Well worth giving it a try

28th November 2020

Well worth it.

Smooth, subtle, and very moreish. For the price, and the target market I'd say it hits the target, and those people who complain it's not a heavy-weight whisky, perhaps have missed the point? I've recommended this to a few friends, who all agree it's a great dram for the price.

18th November 2020

Drinkable

Some rather snobbish reviews from previous posters. I quite enjoyed the smokey peaty taste. Was it better than Laphroig? No, but it doesn't pretend to be

14th November 2020

How to further discourage a daughter's unsuitable partner....

You get what you pay for and this leaves one wondering what this whisky was doing for 10 years as it surely hasn't picked up any weight from its residence in the cask. It's not actually unpleasant and does have a reasonably long finish but just rather unchallenging with little on the palate. You wont scare any guests with this if they're happy with Bells but anyone knowing their malt might look at you in a slightly different light!

5th November 2020

A good session opener

This malt will in no way impress a drinker looking for something robust or challenging, but if you like pleasant, unchallenging flavours, and are looking for an affordable age statement to open your palate with before moving to weightier malts later in the evening, this is a great choice. It fits alongside Glenfiddich 12 and Speyburn's 10, and is recommendable for similar reasons. Another frame of reference for the palate is Penderyn's Legend. It's closer to the mild sherry balance of Glenfiddich, lacking the primarily fruity notes of Speyburn.

2nd November 2020

Very good.

Just tried this for the first time. I am by no means an 'expert' but I really enjoy my whisky and I loved the Aerstone 'Sea Cask'. Very smooth and easy to drink. Will most definitely be going for this again.

17th October 2020

Excellent.

Very smooth. Very easy to drink. I normally drink Speyside malts. I do not like the smokey peatyness of others. It reminds me of the TCP antiseptic that my mother used on my minor cuts and abrasions when I was a small person.

11th October 2020

Too moreish

Very nice 80th birthday present. Soft and easy to drink.

26th September 2020

Light with salty finish at home before or after dinner

Excellent anytime malt

6th September 2020

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