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Kentucky’s Case of the Missing Bourbon

Kentucky’s Case of the Missing Bourbon

Buknore in Bourbon County was built by Walker Buckner from 1834 and 1841. Originally named Locust Grove, it was designed by Matthew Kennedy, Kentucky's first professional architect.

Buknore in Bourbon County was built by Walker Buckner from 1834 and 1841. Originally named Locust Grove, it was designed by Matthew Kennedy, Kentucky's first professional architect.

Duncan Tavern - Bourbon Co. - In 1788, four years before Kentucky became a state, Major Joseph Duncan built the tavern that bears his name, overlooking the town square of Paris in Bourbon County.  The Gerogian structure was originally a combination tavern and inn and was in operation for over 150 years.  It is now the headquarters for the KY Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, who restored the building during the 1950s

Duncan Tavern - Bourbon Co. - In 1788, four years before Kentucky became a state, Major Joseph Duncan built the tavern that bears his name, overlooking the town square of Paris in Bourbon County. The Gerogian structure was originally a combination tavern and inn and was in operation for over 150 years. It is now the headquarters for the KY Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, who restored the building during the 1950s

The Woodford Reserve Distillery still uses a track system from the 1800s to roll barrels into the warehouses. Woodford Reserve also produces the official bourbon of the Kentucky Derby.

The Woodford Reserve Distillery - Kentucky's Bourbon Country

The Woodford Reserve Distillery still uses a track system from the 1800s to roll barrels into the warehouses. Woodford Reserve also produces the official bourbon of the Kentucky Derby.

Paris, Kentucky. Colville Bridge, one of Kentucky's treasured covered bridges you can still drive through. I've been here many times and taken many pictures, I even caught some orbs.

Paris, Kentucky. Colville Bridge, one of Kentucky's treasured covered bridges you can still drive through. I've been here many times and taken many pictures, I even caught some orbs.

Welcome to Paris (Kentucky) -- a warm, friendly place. Such a great trip there.

Welcome to Paris (Kentucky) -- a warm, friendly place. Such a great trip there.

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