In the great pantheon of liquors, Hennessy holds an almost cult-like status among drinkers. Produced in Cognac, France for the past 250 years, the brown liquor has inspired everyone from 2Pac to Jay Z to Kanye West to Drake. Now, following a rash of food and beverage-related burglaries in recent weeks, desperate fans are apparently willing go to any length to get their hands on a super-sized bottle of the “magic juice.”

Last week, a thief swiped a 2-foot-tall bottle of Hennessy XO Cognac from a commercial building in Foxboro, Massachusetts, the Sun Chronicle first reported on Tuesday.

"A bottle that big will be a talking point for some people," Detective Patrick Morrison told the paper. 

Typically, a 750 liter bottle of Hennessy XO Cognac might costs around $200, but given the size of the bottle in question, its contents were valued at closer to $15,000. 

Along with the booze, the thief also seems to have a passion for sports memorabilia. The suspect managed to take two New England Patriots jerseys signed by Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski , a signed photo of former Boston Bruin Bobby Orr, another signed photo of Larry Bird, and also some jewelry. Somebody's man cave is about to be lit.

To make matters even worse, the items were all being stored by Rodman for Kids, a local charity for at-risk youth, which planned to sell the swag at a fundraising auction later this year.

In 2014, $500,000 worth of Hennessy was stolen in Baltimore, though it remains unclear whether any Ravens jerseys were included in the heist.

[via New York Daily NewsSun Chronicle]