Aerstone 10 Year Old Sea Cask Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 40%
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Aerstone 10 Year Old Sea Cask
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Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand William Grant
Style Single Malt Whisky

Aerstone 10yo Sea Cask

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.

Winner of 2 spirit awards

Distillers' Single Malts 12 years and under - 2020
International Spirits Challenge
Distillers' Single Malts 12 years and under - 2022
International Spirits Challenge

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Reviews for Aerstone 10 Year Old Sea Cask
Salty and light
I find it light and very tasty. Mind that I'm an amateur scotch drinker. For the price it's a good one for me.
Stefan T , Bulgaria
10 days ago
Spot on
Fathers day present off my kids.
Delicious and smooth, very nice to my palate
Master of Malt Customer
8 months ago
Good Value
Very easy whisky to drink good value and a reasonable taste
Master of Malt Customer
9 months ago
Nice for the price.
After any £49 bottle of Islay greats its awful. Though at £20 your taste buds are singing cha ching ching. The finish betrays its quality.
Kevin Denton , United Kingdom
10 months ago
taste to believe!
Quite simply a very good whisky that does not disappoint. Possibly the best whisky you can buy at this ridiculously low price.
Pete J B , United Kingdom
11 months ago
Woe be tide
A drams a dram for a that. Lacking the salty tang of Talisker or Old Pulteney, I guess the tide might have been out for this one. It's a decent dram but maybe a bit oversold, especially when compared to the 'land cask' version. Good value if you can get it for £20 though.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
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...

Peter E , United Kingdom
one year ago
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.
Fresh m , United Kingdom
one year ago
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.
Neil H , United Kingdom
one year ago
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.
Blair L , United Kingdom
one year ago