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Barton 1972 Distillery, Kentucky



"Barton 1972 Distillery"
300 Baron Road,
Bardstown, KY. 40004
1-866-239-4690

You might be curious as to why we did go to so many distilleries, well I truly think you need to check this one because, WELL BECAUSE IT WAS FREE??! Yep, not sure how they do it, not sure? But when we did visit there was no charge for an amazing visit. The tour was one of the best, most detailed and the treats you get too sample are just amazing. We had to buy some of those chocolates they do sell. My hubby was like you do realize that each chocolate is worth $1.00 each? I know it, Let me tell ya, they are the best chocolates you will ever have and they taste like bourbon. So so so so so so so so so SO SO SO good!!! You maybe be asking, Beth what did you get from this distillery, well we did purchase those I got have another box of those chocolates but not sure when we will be getting to Kentucky again any time soon & a bottle of their chocolate liquor. SO SO GOOD!! Like a great dessert in a bottle. (I just ran to the frig to get the correct name...) "Chocolate Bourbon Ball Cream Liqueur" and it is just a heavenly delicious drink for something 2 have just to feel like you are eating some chocolate but not really, so yummy!!! Thank you for stopping by today. Hope you are well. Take care. Be Well & Be Blessed!! Beth ( ; 

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello, FREE? You can't beat that. I would like the chocolate and the chocolate liquor, YUM! If I ever get to Kentucky, I will check it out.

Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!
William Kendall said…
Quite an imposing looking building!

In regards to your question, I just organize my pics through Blogger's usual site as opposed to a third party site. I store my pics in email accounts that only serve for that purpose.
Missy George said…
Free is as good a reason as any ;) Great looking building Big!!! Chocolate and Bourbon don't sound yummy to me..Take care Beth..
Kentucky is known for its bourbon, so this makes sense. Hmmm... Barton is my maiden name. I wonder if I can cash in! :-)

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