Tour the Kentucky Bourbon Trail with Mint Julep Tours

"For whiskey enthusiasts, a visit to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail is a premier trip to make. For bourbon fans, it’s Mecca. Ninety-five percent of the world’s bourbon is made in Kentucky where the limestone encrusted spring-fed waters contribute to the flavors of these delicious whiskeys."  Nancy Zaffaro

Lux Row Distillers Rick House photo by Nancy Zaffaro

Nancy ZaffaroConfetti Travel Cafe is a long-time bourbon fan. This was not her first visit to the region, but on this trip, she was traveling solo, arrived in Louisville during very heavy rains and had only one day to spare. Taking one of Mint Julep Tours’ all-day Bourbon tours was the way to go. Find out more: Tour the Kentucky Bourbon Trail with Mint Julep Tours
 

About Nancy Zaffaro, Editor of Confetti Travel Cafe

Nancy is a freelance writer covering travel, food and beverage, and arts and culture. She travels locally throughout the Northwest, nationally, and to far-flung international locales. She has have more than 20 years' writing, editing, and publishing experience in the travel, natural health care, medical, and technology fields. When not traveling, she's active in her community and enjoys hiking, kayaking, yoga, and spending time with friends and family.

Nancy ZaffaroNancy's work appears in ConfettiTravelCafe.com, Northwest Travel and Life (print and online), Upscale Living Magazine (print and online), WanderWithWonder.com, FTWMagazine.com, EpicureAndCulture.com, RealFoodTraveler.com, and elsewhere.

Nancy took her first solo trip at 17 years old and has been hooked on travel ever since. Originally from Chicago, she's also lived in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and Bellingham, Washington and now makes her home beautiful Portland, Oregon.

See more media clips at IFWTWA Profile and http://www.NancyZaffaro.com/writing/

 

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