Bottle of whiskey.
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This whiskey was distilled in the spring and fall of 1989 and bottled after 25 years of aging.

Tampa Restaurant Datz Selling $20,000 Bottle of Pappy Van Winkle Whiskey to Help Employees

In a creative effort to support her loyal team and in Datz larger-than-life style, owner Suzanne Perry of the beloved Tampa and St. Pete restaurant, Datz, has introduced an extravagant one-off new menu item to the Datz take-out offering – a globally sought-after, 25-year-old Pappy Van Winkle Whiskey bottle worth a huge $20,000.

The bottle has been part of Suzanne’s personal prized vintage liquor collection for a few years and she has been waiting for the right time to crack it open, but in recent weeks, has found an even more fulfilling future for the bottle. The buyer will be directly contributing to the support of the Datz employees, as the money will be shared amongst them in gratitude for their dedication and hard work, and help maintain staff wellbeing during the upcoming weeks.

Pappy Van Winkle 25 years old. Bottle #413 of 710. This is a very special bottling of Old Rip Van Winkle Straight Bourbon Whiskey. This whiskey was distilled in the spring and fall of 1989 and bottled after 25 years of aging, the oldest barrels ever bottled from the old family distillery. Interested buyers can redeem the 15% online discount and bag the bottle for just $17,000. Use promo code: Here4U.

Suzanne will continue to open up her liquor collection to customers that are interested in purchasing rare and interesting spirits. She will be unveiling a “Quarantine Connoisseur” category on her take-out menu this afternoon with fun cocktail recipe ideas on what to do with these elusive and globally sought-after spirits.  

Interested patrons can purchase the bottle HERE

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