FIRST decide how many people are going. To plan a tour using our Bourbon Tour Bus you must have at least 4 people in the group and no more than 11 people. Your group can decide where along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail we go on our amazing tour of the Kentucky Bluegrass state.
NEXT decide which distilleries you want to tour. Choose which distilleries you would like to tour and contact them to schedule a date and time for your tour.
FINALLY Call now 502.803.5243 and reserve your ride. From one-stop hops to complete your tour packages, we will make sure that your journey is safe, comfortable and enjoyable. We have multiple vehicle size options for groups of all sizes, no matter how large or small, or the length of your trip.
In 1833 in Kentucky's Boone County, a region of proud limestone hills that gradually fell to their knees at the banks of the Ohio River, a man named William Snyder made a decision that would impact the region 182 years later: He decided to buy a flour mill.Add To Cart
The Trace Tour is an incredible introduction to the history and science of bourbon at Buffalo Trace Distillery. You will walk amidst the path of rolling bourbon barrels. You will be captivated by the alluring smell and atmosphere of bourbon sleeping inside the aging warehouses.Add To Cart
To this day, Bulleitâ?¢ Bourbon is distilled and aged in the Bulleit family tradition. High rye content gives it a bold, spicy character with a distinctively smooth, clean finish. Kentucky limestone-filtered water provides a foundation for the bourbon's character, while charred American oak barrels lend a smoky backbone.Add To Cart
Master Distiller Arlon Casey Jones dug deep into his family distilling roots to bring honor with this new introduction. A small batch Straight Bourbon that's smooth, flavorful, and distinctly Kentucky. Dark amber and gold with a spicy aroma of oak and delicate corn.Add To Cart
In 1887, Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor, Jr built a new kind of distillery destination in Millville, Kentucky. Inspired by European architecture, the site featured a Castle, a classical Springhouse, and a Sunken Garden. What he built became the birthplace of bourbon tourism.Add To Cart
Corsair's spirits have been praised in publications like Food and Wine, Saveur, Imbibe, Whisky Magazine, Whisky Advocate, the Atlantic, Time Out New York, and Maxim.com. Corsair's innovative and adventurous spirits have won over 800 medals at national and international spirits competitions.Add To Cart