You may wonder what podcasts we at VLO find interesting and worth our time. There are a LOT of podcasts out there and it can be difficult finding shows worth investing 40-75 mins each week.
Drunk as an apéritif or as an essential part of many cocktails — most famously, the Martini — every home bartender worth his bar salt should stock some decent vermouth.
3 Tips To Make Your Bankroll Last!
Nothing beats a tri-jet torch for sheer lighting power — they’re faster, and damn it, they just look cool.
Tony opens the show with a discussion of some tricky Blackjack hands, then your favorite podcasters share their reflections about how they’ve changed as cigar smokers. Wrapping it up: A mildly incoherent discussion about Jack Daniels.
Ten fun facts about alcohol you may not know …
Cigar lounges flourish when patrons respect the cigar and the shop.
Tony shares a “modified” (closed) Martingale system for gambling, then the guys share their thoughts about a recent experience with a smaller Opus X. Jason brings it home with a review of cocktail recipes six through 10.
Jason and Tony talk about the upcoming opening of Revel in Atlantic City, and what it means about casinos’ shift from gaming to incidental destination services like spas and restaurants. Then the guys share some tips for smoking a cigar so that you don’t look like a newbie. Jason then wraps it with a review of five classic cocktail recipes.
Join Jason and Tony as they speculate about a potential Midwest property sell-off by Caesar’s Entertainment. Then Jason shares his perspective on four recent cigars he’s enjoyed: the Davidoff Double R, the Padron Serie 1926, the Gurkha Cellar Reserve and the Joya de Nicaragua Antaño Dark Corojo. We wrap it up with a sad anecdote about a bottle of expensive port with a decomposing cork, and how you can fix similar problems.