3 Dream Whiskey Lovers Vacations
Submitted by Rebecca Siggers
The world surrounding the golden glory is mysterious and rather fascinating. You may be an extreme admirer of whiskey, but have you ever thought about its history? Right from bourbon to rye or scotch, it takes ages to brew. They are none other than the connotation of a good life and good times. Make your times immemorial, by planning for a trip down the lane of some world-famous whiskey destinations. Visit the distilleries and get the know-how on the history behind these golden liquids. Here are three dream vacation spots dedicated to all whiskey lovers, get ready to taste its boldness.
High West Distillery at Park City, Utah
Plan a dream vacation at Park City in Utah to relish the facts hidden behind the evolution of whiskey and its importance. Plan your vacation days well with lots of adventurous skiing and not to forget the great dining and refueling options available here.
Utah dates back to the 19th Century days when the journey revolving around whiskey and its variations started. Initially, the Mormon tribe of Utah came up with whiskey, which they used in preserving food items and also used as a health potion among their clan. Later in the 21st century, one of the well-known distilleries, High West, reopened Utah’s first legalized distillery dating back to the 1870s.
They are the actual torch-bearers of the bourbon-rye whiskey. Apart from the locals, High West bourbon-rye whiskey has successfully grabbed a position in the world’s choicest and most beautiful golden-hued whiskey. When at Utah, you can taste Andre Champagne and the goodness of High West Bourbon at Park City’s Saloon. Ask your tour guide or Google over to their very own distillery to relax and enjoy the sparkling gold with delicious brunch.
GlenDronach and Glenmorangie Distillery at Aberdeenshire and Scottish Highlands, Scotland
You might have only enjoyed seeing the vast decorated castles on reel-life, but now it is time to experience some in real life. The famous trail of Aberdeenshire’s Castle Trail stands as one of the many reasons in planning for a vacation in Scotland.
Scotland’s Glenmorangie House is no less than a historic castle and caters to a "home-y" feeling to all its visitors. It is less of an inn and more of a home. Once you are here, you have all the time to appreciate the historical stature of the colossal edifice, while sipping their age-old world-famous Glenmorangie whiskey.
Enjoy the beautiful highlands of scenic Scotland, and drive your way towards the charismatic and attractive GlenDronach Distillery and Glenmorangie Distillery. You can explore their world of making this effervescent dark gold with a full-on sweet and spicy flavor. Once here, grab an armchair and enjoy the gala dinner with this smoky oak-flavored whiskey.
Yamazaki Distillery at Kansai, Japan
With the onset of technology in modern times, whiskey's production has also taken a new angle. However, in Japan, it has been successful for a long time. They have come up with innovative ways of making their very own brand of whiskeys – Nikka and Suntory. In today's industrial world, these two pours are highly acclaimed ones with its exotic burnt cinnamon and oak flavor. Plan your next vacation in Japan and do not forget to visit Suntory's Yamazaki. It is Japan’s very first distillery, located in central Shimamoto. They cater to various package tours of both their distilleries and the whiskey museum. Furthermore, witness their hard-work and craftsmanship over the years while taking a trip. Later, you can relax at their comforting bath, set outdoors on the foothills. Relish the goodness of the Japanese whiskeys and food with the picturesque locale as a backdrop. Most whiskey lovers are very serious about the taste of rye, scotch or bourbon. They are hardly aware of the whereabouts of their favored flavors, hard work and craftsmanship. So, take your love for the golden spirit to a new level and plan your next vacation with a punch. Plan your vacations solely dedicated to the finest whiskey world and make your dream come true.
Author’s Bio: Rebecca Siggers is a passionate writer and guest blogger. Writing helps her to improve her knowledge, skills and understanding about the specific industry. She loves writing and sharing her knowledge mostly in the traveling industry. She believes traveling is the key to a peaceful life and wants to spread her belief across the world. Apart from writing, She loves traveling and reading.