In this week’s episode: After trying unsuccessfully to heckle Jason’s professional podcast introduction, Tony discusses “cheap” (and ethically questionable) ways of building comps. Then the guys discuss the evolution of their cigar preferences, and wrap up with a grab-bag of tips about alcohol consumption.
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Tony discusses earning comps through table gaming, Jason reviews the Perdomo Lot 23, and the guys discuss the merits of a summertime gin and tonic.
Jason details the essentials for any man’s well-stocked wet bar.
This cigar disappointed (63 of 100 points) but the vendor’s storage may have dried it out.
Episode 24 features a discussion about casino credit, a rundown of techniques for fixing difficult cigars, and a (depressing) conversation about the calorie content of various adult beverages.
Time for an inverse podcast. Our 23rd voyage into grossly irresponsible pretensions to competence starts with a discussion of home beer brewing, moves on to tips for picking a good local tobacconist, and ends up with a quick overview of the game of roulette.
Tony makes a belated return to the podcast to discuss tipping in casinos, and the boys share their thoughts about the Macanudo 1968 series and the Romeo y Julieta Cedro Deluxe series of cigars.
This beer is hands-down a solid, pleasurable pick … even when enjoyed with a cigar, the beer held its own.