Mint Julep Experiences announced yesterday that they have expanded to serve the growing Nashville, Tennessee tourism industry. Owners Sean and Lisa Higgins utilized their 10 years of experiential tourism expertise to create memorable experiences on the Tennessee Whiskey Trail® and beyond. Two distinct day-long Tennessee whiskey adventures will start this April departing from downtown Nashville, five days a week.
“Tennessee’s rich history of hospitality and craftsmanship remind us so much of what we love about our Kentucky home,” said Sean Higgins in a press release. “Our passion for tourism is contagious. We can’t wait to unveil our immersive outings exploring the heart and soul of Nashville. Our curated experiences allow for our guests to relax and leave all the planning, transportation and reservations to us. They just need to sit back, relax and enjoy the culture of Tennessee with their friends.”
Founded in 2008, Mint Julep continues to add new tour experiences, grow its fleet of luxury vehicles, and expand its highly skilled staff in Louisville and now Nashville. With nearly 50 employees and 20 vehicles serving more than 30,000 guests per year in Kentucky, the veteran business looks to replicate its success in Nashville. Native Nashvillian Adam Smith has joined the team as Director of Operations for the Nashville office. He brings more than 16 years of hospitality sales and operations experience in Nashville’s tourism industry, including working as part of the opening teams for the Music City Center in 2013 and Westin Hotel in 2016.
Booking is now live for whiskey tours every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday starting April 11. For tour itineraries and ticketing, visit mintjuleptours.com/nashville. From the distilleries of the Tennessee Whiskey Trail® to Nashville’s most famous historic and hip places, Mint Julep plans to create exclusive, behind-the-scenes adventures and elevated tasting experiences not available anywhere else.
“Growing Tennessee’s rich whiskey tourism industry will be greatly assisted by Mint Julep Tours,” said Tennessee Whiskey Guild manager Kim Mitchell in their press release. “Their deep expertise and proven partnerships will be an asset to our Guild members and the Tennessee Whiskey Trail as a whole. We look forward to the experiences they create to properly present our brands.”
(Mint Julep is currently seeking CDL drivers and tour leaders for its Nashville operation. Interested potential employees should email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 615-436-0187 for more information.)