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Tennessee Whiskey Adventure to Jack Daniel's and George Dickel

From US$159.00
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  • Tennessee whiskey tour from Nashville to Lynchburg
  • Go behind-the-scenes at the Jack Daniel’s and George Dickel distilleries
  • All tours and tastings included, plus a Southern-style lunch
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Tennessee Whiskey Adventure to Jack Daniel's and George Dickel
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Tennessee Whiskey Adventure to Jack Daniel's and George Dickel
US$159.00
Overview
Visiting classic Tennessee whiskey distilleries from Nashville is made easy on a guided tour. Along with a guide, head to two historic distilleries for behind-the-scenes experiences that show you how whiskey is made and how the industry shaped Tennessee history. All reservations, tastings, and transportation to the historic town of Lynchburg are included—it’s an itinerary as smooth as Jack Daniel’s.
What to Expect
Travelers meet at the Omni Hotel in downtown Nashville and venture to Lynchburg, Tennessee to learn about the world’s top-selling whiskey at Jack Daniel Distillery. Located 90 minutes outside of Nashville, this historic distillery originated the Lincoln County Process, which filters whiskey through charcoal, and has been distilling Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey since the 1880s. You'll tour the distillery, get a taste of its iconic whiskey products, and have a chance to explore Lynchburg before departing for your next stop. Gain expert insight, fun facts, and more Whiskey 101 from your guide in between destinations as you travel on a safe and comfortable bus.

A southern-inspired lunch at a local restaurant is included along with all admissions for tours and tastings. You'll also travel to see the old-school processes behind George Dickel Distillery in Cascade Hollow. Learn how George Dickel Distillery makes whisky its owner believed to be as good as some of the world’s best scotches. This old-school Cascade Hollow distillery was built in 1870 uses ‘chill-mellowing’ and single-story warehouses to consistently craft its signature brand.

This Tennessee Whiskey Trail adventure returns to Nashville at approximately 6:30 p.m.
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Reviewed yesterday
Good Friends and Good Times

We had a great time! A group of 12, college friends reunion. We did a private tour to George Dickel and Jack Daniel distilleries, with lunch and free time in Lynchburg in between. Enjoyed every minute. George Dickel was more intimate and a lovely property...More

Thank Jayne P
Reviewed yesterday
A MUST-DO TOUR!

This was the all-time best tour I have been on! Jessica, our guide, was outstanding and had so much knowledge that enhanced the tour even more. We were offered water to keep us hydrated and the lunch was delicious. Dickel Distillery is a smaller more...More

Thank Navigate539646
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great Fun Adventure

This adventure was more than I expected and our guide, Jordan was terrific. I recommend that everyone take time and book a trip with Mint Julep while in the Nashville area.

Thank Lisa E
Reviewed 1 week ago
One of the best uses of your time in Nashville

Our group was lucky enough to have (Captain) Dan driving the van, and Jordan as our tour guide. These two were exceptional. Plenty of laughs were had and an abundance of information was soaked up. Several hours of driving and drinking together is a fantastic...More

Thank Lydia I
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Fabulous Distillery Tours

Prior to traveling to Nashville, I had checked different tours and contacted them asking questions. In this particular situation, I spoke to Adam who was an absolute delight!! There was never a time he did not have a chance to answer my questions. And I...More

Thank GrandTour186766
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Gemma P
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Response from dianca2016 | Reviewed this property |
Lunch is included, you get to pick from a menu, plenty of food! While drinks are included in the lunch, alcohol is not and comes out of your own tab. Beverages are pretty big too so you won't go thirsty (sweet tea is... More
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