People Are Waiting In IPhone-ish Lines For The World's Most Coveted Bourbon

Last month, 65 cases of Panny Van Winkle — currently the most coveted bourbon in the world — up and disappeared from a warehouse in Kentucky.

You might think the booze thiefs were in it for the money, as a 20-year Pappy comes with a suggested retail price of $US130. But perhaps they were just anticipating crazy liquor store lines.

As Grubstreet reports, Tuesday was “Pappy Day” in Kentucky, with customers waiting for hours to get their hands on a 15-, 20-, or 23-year-old bottle.

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