Here at Smith Journal, we love nothing more than donning our favourite smoking jackets, sitting down by our expansive marble fireplaces and enjoying a snifter of decades-old, single malt whisky. Still, drinking the top-shelf stuff can get expensive. And sometimes – like when you’re enjoying a meal, or whipping up a Manhattan or Boulevardier – you don’t need the world’s finest whisky; you just need something delicious and robust.
Which is where Starward’s latest concoction comes in. Known as the Two-Fold, it’s made from both barley and wheat, which gives the drink a lighter, more dining table-friendly flavour – and a more hip-pocket-friendly price point ($65 AUD). This being Starward, the whisky is still aged in red wine barrels, which impart a soft tannic structure to the drink’s fruity undertones. It’s a quaffable and accessible addition to the Starward range, and we have some bottles to give away. Enter to win* using this online form.
*Winners will be required to show proof of age.