KY Bourbon Trail

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KY Bourbon Trail

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I've just completed a nine day ride from St. Charles, IL to Louisville, Bardstown, Frankfort, Lexington KY and rode the Bourbon Trail. Sites along the way including the Red Skelton Museum in Vincennes, IN, Louisville Slugger and Churchill Downs tours, and a wild ride home after stopping in remotely located Kerstings H-D to watch part of the Motorcycle Cannonball 2018 arrive for a lunch stop. Our Japanese friends were like kids in a candy store for the World of Motorcycles Museum Kersting's has at the same site.
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dave726 wrote: 13 Sep 2018 14:08 I've just completed a nine day ride from St. Charles, IL to Louisville, Bardstown, Frankfort, Lexington KY and rode the Bourbon Trail. Sites along the way including the Red Skelton Museum in Vincennes, IN, Louisville Slugger and Churchill Downs tours, and a wild ride home after stopping in remotely located Kerstings H-D to watch part of the Motorcycle Cannonball 2018 arrive for a lunch stop. Our Japanese friends were like kids in a candy store for the World of Motorcycles Museum Kersting's has at the same site.
Sounds like a treat, wish I had known you were going. I picked up a bottle of mint julep last time I was up that way, loved it! You coulda got me some. It was $17 at the distillery, $36+ if I order it on line.
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My Favorite from all tastings I did at 13 distilleries was Angel's Envy. At the distillery a bottle was %50. At my local market this month I can get it for $47 and I didn't have to find room on my Harley for another souvenir. I'm going for "groceries" this morning ;) . Now that I've learned to sip bourbon, that bottle should last quite a while.

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