Country Australian Whisky
Distillery/Brand Starward
Style Blended Whisky

Starward Two-Fold

Starward has combined malted barley and wheat to create Two-Fold, a marvellous whisky from Melbourne which has been allowed to mature entirely in Australian red wine casks. A big, fruit-forward dram that suits sipping over ice on a warm evening or even used in cocktails.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Plum, banana bread, caramelised dates and a hint of nutty malt.

Palate Soft vanilla fudge, coffee and walnut cake, summer berries and stewed stone fruit.

Finish Brown sugar, cinnamon and peppercorn.

Winner of 2 spirit awards

Winner
Winner
Best Australian Blend - 2020
World Whiskies Awards
Winner
Winner
Best Australian Blend - 2019
World Whiskies Awards

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Starward Two-Fold
It Is What It Is
Time after time I review a "cheapish" whisky and hope for an "expensive" outcome.
It is going to be fluked from time to time but that is the reality. In this case my hope was dashed once again. Is it the red-wine barrel and/or its youth to account for this offering being slightly disjointed? The whole experience is over-powering in a not-too-pleasant way.

REDGART , Australia
10 months ago
Smooth
Very smooth, great on the palate with limited aftertaste, perfect straight, on ice or with a mixer.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Finally something different
Addicted to it!
Smooth, nectar, easy to drink.
Love the palate and finish!
Mark , Australia
3 years ago
Melbourne bliss
Introductory whiskey for beginners. Absolutely divine.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
One of the lamest whiskeys I've had for the price.
A disappointing introduction to Australian whiskies. Nothing makes me want to come back to this bottle, I had about 2 glasses before deciding to order something else. It's not especially vile-tasting, but just so boring to drink.. can't think of any situation where this stuff would particularly shine. Still, the bottle looks half-decent and it may be a good party choice if it were closer to $35-$40AUD.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Should be magnificent, sadly isn't.
Good whisky, unfortunate finish.
I started with high hopes, but it was not to be. It starts with warm rich tones and finishes a strong fruity taste. While individually, either of those would be good, they didn't work together to compliment each other. Each sip is accompanied by a distinct jolt in flavour.
This seems to be in the unfortunate position that the sum of the parts is inferior to the parts themselves.
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
excellent !
I like the mellow honey flavour.
Neil William M , Australia
4 years ago
Best whiskey for the money!
I love my peaty, serious whiskies, and this whisky brought me to the sunny shores of something you dont have to worry over so much but enjoy equally.
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
A lovely everyday drink
Nice and fruity and a pleasure to drink. This should be in the drinks cabinet, along side the great and good Whiskies.
Kevan S , United Kingdom
4 years ago
Easy drinking with enough depth to stay interested
I received this as a gift. I live nearby this distillery and still haven't been. I will be there tomorrow. It's fruity, with hints of toffee apples. It seems also dry on the finish. Maybe due to tanins from the wine casks it's aged in. Reminds me of some South island whiskey from new zealand. Ready good mellow drinking. Must keep a bottle around
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago