Carefully matured for 10 years in the intense environment that surrounds our distilleries in Scotland, our single malts are aged in two different casks and exposed to opposing climatic conditions - for a clearly differentiated taste.
Matured to sip, savour and enjoy.
Carefully matured for over 10 years at William Grant & Sons Lowland distillery, perched on the intense environs of the Ayrshire coast, Scotland.
Some of our whiskies are aged in a warehouse located by the sea. This impacts the maturation process and delivers a smooth whisky with a hint of sea salt.
Further inland, our whiskies mature in warehouses where the sea has less of an influence on flavour. These whiskies are more peated, and have a rich and smoky character.
How to best enjoy Aerstone
Many people drink their scotch neat, or with just a little water. But the majority of the time I drink Scotch neat with one large cube of ice because I like my whisky slightly chilled.
However, it is down to personal taste and enjoyment. On a warm summer's day I have been known to add a mixer to my single malt! Scotch and soda or Scotch and ginger ale works well.
Global Whisky Specialist, Kevin Abrook
A sign of quality
Aerstone's whiskies have been carefully curated by William Grant & Sons Malt Master Brian Kinsman.