Trekking the Bourbon Trail should include distillery tours, sampling

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Kentucky’s Bluegrass Country, a scenic expanse of rural agriculture communities between Lexington and Louisville, is most famous for its horse farms with white picket fences surrounding lush green pastureland — and rightly so, with a postcard photo stop around almost every bend in the country road. But growing in many of those farm fields is corn, just the right corn to make a good mash, the precursor to the second most famous attraction in the region: bourbon whiskey. Full story

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