Starward Two-Fold Double Grain
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  • berries
  • woody
  • apple
  • caramel
  • pineapple
  • fruit
  • vanilla
  • spicy
  • nutty

Starward

Two-Fold Double Grain (0.75l, 40%)
Price $31.99

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Character Goatson
A double-grain Whisky aged in ex-Wine barrels from the land of Australia.

Melbourne is famous for its insane weather, where all four seasons present themselves in one day like it’s a demo. Such changes may be obnoxious to some people, but they’re perfect for maturing Whisky. While Starward began as a producer of Malt Whisky in 2007, founder David Vitale has since expanded to a range of Whiskies and bottled cocktails that have taken the world by storm. He sources his barley from the nearby farms, while the maturation barrels come from some of Australia’s most famous Wine regions; think the Barossa Valley and Yarra Valley. Starward’s Whisky spends at least two years in Red Wine barrels, which is when crazy climate takes over and accelerates the process to mature the Whisky in "Melbourne years." Their Spirits are unique and unmistakably Aussie.

The guys at Starward had a vision for creating a Whisky that is both affordable and approachable. Thus, they’ve developed the Two-Fold Double Grain Whisky, maintaining their no-compromises approach. Technically, Starward Two-Fold Whisky is hard to describe. Usually, when you use the term "blended Whisky" it means a bunch of malt and grain Spirits assembled from several distillery sources. But really, this is a marriage of two by blending a malt barley Whisky with a balancing and aromatic wheat Spirit — and since Melbourne sits amongst Australia’s Wine country, the combined Spirit is aged in some of the world’s best Red Wine barrels.
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Appearance / Color
Warm Amber

Nose / Aroma / Smell
On the nose you’ll find lush fruit aromas combined with toffee notes.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
The palate is adorned with Wine influenced flavors like Fuji apple, roasted pineapple, berry compote, and old wood.

Finish
The finish is medium length and lightly dry.
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  • berries
  • woody
  • apple
  • caramel
  • pineapple
  • fruit
  • vanilla
  • spicy
  • nutty
Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
In the U.S., Irish Whiskey sales have jumped by over 500% since 2002. It’s the fastest growing category in the Spirits industry. There’s some news to raise your glass to.
Melbourne’s crazy “four seasons in a day” climate means it takes a fraction of the time it takes to make Whisky in Scottish Isles or Ireland.
The original Starward facility was actually an old flight hangar in Essendon Fields.
Is it spelled Whisky or Whiskey? Maybe you've noticed it before, but let’s just take a wee moment to help you keep your Es in order with this simple rule: There is an E in the word Ireland, so there is also an E in their Whiskey. The rule also holds true for United States, so while there is no E in Scotland, Japan and Canada the same goes for their Whisky. All clear? Good.
The two biggest Whisky producers in Japan and major rivals are Nikka and Suntory.  
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Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
In the U.S., Irish Whiskey sales have jumped by over 500% since 2002. It’s the fastest growing category in the Spirits industry. There’s some news to raise your glass to.
Melbourne’s crazy “four seasons in a day” climate means it takes a fraction of the time it takes to make Whisky in Scottish Isles or Ireland.
The original Starward facility was actually an old flight hangar in Essendon Fields.
Is it spelled Whisky or Whiskey? Maybe you've noticed it before, but let’s just take a wee moment to help you keep your Es in order with this simple rule: There is an E in the word Ireland, so there is also an E in their Whiskey. The rule also holds true for United States, so while there is no E in Scotland, Japan and Canada the same goes for their Whisky. All clear? Good.
The two biggest Whisky producers in Japan and major rivals are Nikka and Suntory.  
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