Bomberger’s Declaration Bourbon honors the legacy of the former distillery known as Bomberger’s in the 1800s and later as Michter’s in the 20th Century. Please join us in toasting and celebrating American Whiskey History.
Bomberger’s is the first American whiskey to be finished in the extremely rare CULTE barrel. To make this special barrel, our French Cooper partner evaluates oak from prestigious French forests including Allier, Nevers, Vosges, and the much-revered Troncais, and then hand-selects the highest quality tight grain wood.
Because the CULTE barrel represents the pinnacle of the French coopering craft, its ultra-fine grain profile has been sought after for years by wineries aging some of the world’s finest wines. To finish our exceptional whiskey, we place fully matured small-batch bourbon into a CULTE barrel, whose staves have been naturally air-dried and seasoned for 40 months before being toasted and charred to our proprietary specifications. The result is an elegant, rich, and complex bourbon.