I’m inclined to believe there’s no such thing as a “Bad time to gamble”. What I really mean by that is to say that slot machines/video poker machines aren’t going …
In our 38th foray into podcasting excellence, Jason and Tony review some basic (very basic!) gambling terms, discuss the Flor Fina 8-5-8 cigar and how our perceptions about cigars have changed, and then cap it off with a review of speciality barware for wine enthusiasts.
In episode 37, Jason and Tony talk about ways players can help keep things legit for the “eye in the sky” at the casino, then Jason shares his experiences with the San Cristobal cigar and imparts some fall drink recipes.
Hate warm white wine? Prefer a glass of red cooler than room temperature? This handy device is pretty cool!
Wine collections are pricey — like Scotch collections, actually. But the price can be worth it for people who like to entertain by meals or through wine-and-cheese parties. Keeping a diverse stock of decent labels marks a great way to start.
An Ashton product, the San Cristobal is a boutique cigar that despite its modest price point, makes for a tasty cigar that will form a regular part of my rotation.
Join us for Podcast 36, wherein Jason and Tony talk about the recent case of dice sliders at a Wynn craps table, share their favorite rituals for smoking cigars alone, and talk about the methods for infusing spirits.
Van Gogh gin is as consistently flavorful and soft around the edges as Hendrick’s, but it’s overall botanical mix is different — more earthy than flowery.
Autumn marks a magical time of change in the northern latitudes — and one’s adult beverages change in homage to the calendar.
Instead of buying flavored spirits, why not infuse your own?