Apparently the Alcohol & Tabaco Tax & Trade Bureau (TTB) fell asleep at the switch here, but then suddenly woke up and fixed their mistake; apparently the bottles are now being recalled or discontinued. As you may or may not know, American Bourbon is by law an American product. Therefore, there’s no need to call it ‘American’ and it absolutely cannot be called anything else. It most definitely CANNOT be called ‘Irish Bourbon’ because there’s no such thing, nor can there be.
This is a marriage of 10 year Irish whiskey with stocks of MGP bourbon from Indiana. Not only is it an anomaly, it’s also quite delicious. This is the only time these bottles will ever say “Irish Bourbon” because the TTB has revoked the right for Sullivan to use the term. – K&L Wines Whisk(e)y News