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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


The initial smell of toffee is absolutely beautiful.
The palate of malt and honey is smooth as silk.
The finish of a touch of the ocean makes this a new favourite.
Love it and very happy.

15th April 2021

Great easy drinking daily.

I like it I bought it as a cheapish daily......was going to by a black Bush but this caught my eye. It's very easy. creamy gentle stuff with a surprisingly good mouth a bit of salt. Glad I spotted it.

12th April 2021

Goes down well

I picked this up as it was on offer for £20, wasn't expecting much but it was pleasantly nice, it really is smooth and easy! and I would recommend for anyone just starting on the whisky scene. Will be trying the land cask next. Would buy again if it was ever on offer

27th March 2021

Easy on nose bit no description on flavour

On the nose very nice but after that just lacks thats flavour burst that other malts deliver. That said I paid £20 for a bottle and at that price it will bite the heels of some of the more famous brands. Would probably buy again.

26th March 2021

Surprisingly good

For £20 it’s excellent value, whilst being nothing special there’s nothing really wrong it. A great everyday sipper that puts many pricier bottles to shame.

26th March 2021

Value for an “on offer” price

For £20 it’s a value budget whiskey. Light, easy to drink, fairly smooth with a prolonged salty aftertaste. Not a whiskey to turn your nose up as some have indicated, good value for an “on offer “ price

22nd March 2021

Full of subtle flavour. Great sipping whisky.

I've been a whisky drinker for years and I know what I like, and I love Aerstone Sea Cask. This was bought as a present by a non whisky drinker so I was dubious. What I don't like are iodine soaked whiskies so the 'sea cask' label was a worry but it's not overpowered by the salt air. The tasting notes above do it real justice. From opening the bottle, the nose and to the first sip I was impressed. It's a complex tasting yet easy sipping whisky that doesn't take your breath away. It will definitely go on to my bar list. It's going to be a regular buy and at a great price. It's one of those whiskies I would describe as delicious.

13th February 2021

Bang average.

I don't know a lot about whisky, but even at £20 a bottle, I wouldn't buy this one again. It's a very drab dram.

30th January 2021


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

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