The Ultimate Kentucky Tour! May 17th-20th, 2020 | $1,245

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Spend 3 days with an industry expert from The Whiskey House and enjoy an unforgettable journey through the best of The Kentucky Bourbon Trail Distilleries including, Buffalo Trace, Heaven Hill, Four Roses, Willett, Maker's Mark, Wild Turkey, & Ridgemont Reserve.

Price: $1245.00 per person Includes:

Three night stay at 4-star hotel in downtown Louisville. 

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner for all three days. 

Transportation & admission from hotel to restaurants, distilleries, & tours. 

Not included:

Airfare to/from Kentucky

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 1. All breakfasts
2. All lunches (including beverages)
3. All dinners (including beverages)
4. Three nights of luxury hotel accommodations
5. Motorcoach transportation
6. All distillery tours and tastings
7. A bottle or two of Kentucky’s finest for you to take home

1. Air fare to and from Kentucky
2. Taxi or shuttle fares to and from airport
3. Optional extra cocktails or extra wine


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The tour will start and finish in Louisville, Kentucky. We’re staying at downtown Hyatt all three nights. Sunday night we’ll meet at the top of the Hyatt for dinner in the  Spire, a revolving private restaurant with floor-to-ceiling windows , with views of the city and across the Ohio River into Indiana by a Bourbon tasting paired with a Bourbon-friendly menu.

After dinner everyone will be free for the evening to sample Bourbons and collect stamps in your “Urban Bourbon Trail” Passport which we’ll hand out at dinner already stamped with your first stamp from Spire. (The Passport is a guide to the Bourbon bars and restaurants in Louisville. There are currently 32 establishments participating, of which 23 are within walking distance to the Hyatt. 



After breakfast (included) at the hotel Monday morning, our first day out on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail is going to jammed packed with lot of education and delicious bourbon. We will be kicking things off at Independent Stave Company where the majority of the whisky barrels in the world are made. There we will see staves assembled together into barrels and charred with flames before your eyes. We will also learn all about the effects of wood on whisky during aging.   

Next we will visit, Maker's Mark, the legendary distillery that started bourbon tourism. We will walk the picturesque campus and get a behind the red wax experience before hand dipping your own special bottle of Whiskey House Private Select. Then we will enjoy lunch Star Hill Provisions from Chef Newman Miller.

Lastly, we will visit the distillery responsible for making the number one selling bourbon in the world, Jim Beam. Here we will take a closer look at their small batch series including Booker's, Baker's, Knob Creek, and Basil Hayden. We will also get a chance to see the site where they are building a new distillery...

After a long and wonderful day we will head back to the hotel before enjoying an amazing dinner at one of Louisville's best restaurants.



After breakfast (included) at the hotel Monday morning, the first stop will be at Woodford Reserve in the heart of beautiful thoroughbred country for a tour and tasting. Woodford  County boasts more Kentucky Derby winners than any other place in the  world.  The beautiful Woodford distillery is surrounded by Kentucky bluegrass horse fields and also produces some world class whiskey.  

Next stop will be Buffalo Trace where we’ll see the famous Blanton’s bottling line and enjoy a special seated tasting with a BBQ lunch. Buffalo Trace is the oldest continuously operating distillery in America. During Prohibition the distillery was even permitted to remain operational, to make whiskey for "medicinal purposes".  Within the past decade, Buffalo Trace has won more awards than any other distillery in the world, including an unmatched seven "Distillery of the Year" titles. Still American family owned and located in Franklin County, Kentucky.  This beautiful distillery does not disappoint.

Next stop will be at Wild Turkey for an extra-special tour.  Not only will be taste the Wild Turkey 101, but also some amazing small batch stuff like Russell’s Reserve  and their Diamond bottling. With 60 years of experience, Jimmy Russell—Kentucky’s distinguished and longest-tenured active master distiller—oversees Wild Turkey’s iconic bourbon varieties. This distillery at the top of Wild Turkey Hill in Lawrenceburg, if we’re lucky we might just might catch a glimpse of the legendary craftsman at work.

Then it’s back to the hotel to freshen up before dinner at Marketplace. 

Then you’re out on the town to enjoy the sights in Louisville because there will still be plenty of time to visit more Bourbon bars (some of which are open until 3:00AM) to collect more stamps in your passport. 

(The visitor center where you redeem your passport for your free Kentucky Bourbon Trail T-shirt is  next door to the Hyatt so don’t forget to stop in before you leave Wednesday.)