Sazerac’s home away from home is found in the beautiful hills of Kentucky at the famous Buffalo Trace Distillery in Franklin County and Barton 1792 Distillery in Bardstown. When you visit the state, it’s easy to see why Kentucky became the birthplace of bourbon.
Start your day in the rustic setting of the 1800s by touring Buffalo Trace Distillery. Explore this National Historic Landmark to learn the rich history of whiskey making in America and taste some of the world’s finest bourbon.
Get a true taste of Southern hospitality with brunch at one of Lexington’s many fine restaurants. Wash down brunch with a refreshing Wheatley Vodka Bloody Mary.
Located in the Horse Capital of the World, relish the beauty and charm of Keeneland Thoroughbred Racetrack. Spend an afternoon trackside sipping bourbon while Kentucky’s fastest horses race toward the finish line.
No trip to Kentucky is complete without visiting Bardstown, the Bourbon Capital of the World. Enjoy a casual event on the patio of historic Barton 1792 Distillery, established in 1879. Learn how fine bourbon whiskey is made and taste for yourself.
Your Late Night
Named one of the 10 best food cities in America, the perfect place to enjoy a memorable dinner is Louisville. After dinner, unwind at one of the cities world class cocktail and bourbon bars.