Were the good ol’ days really as good as we think?
After listening to Tony ad-lib it about how to “Diamond in a Day” with Caesar’s Entertainment, Jason reviews the Alec Bradley Prensado Churchill cigar — Cigar Aficianado’s #1 pick for 2011 — and addresses criticism of whether CA tips the scales for advertisers. Then Jason and Tony share their impressions about the Tomatin 12-year single-malt Scotch they’re sipping before providing their top brand choices for each class of spirit, for drinkers new to that spirit. A 40-minute extravaganza of fun and wisdom … or something like that.
You know, they say “Don’t fall in love with a casino”, but I think that advice is significantly easier said than done. I have to say that I have my …
It’s not uncommon for gambling gurus (people like me, Tony) to tell you that a key to good money management in a casino is to allocate a certain amount of …
Fernets make a slightly unusual but versatile addition to any gentleman’s home liquor cabinet.
The Alec Bradley Prensado Churchill presented well, burned evenly, tasted fine and featured a moderate price point.
Tony shares how much he’s jonesin’ for a casino trip, then he outlines some current new developments on the legal front for cigar smokers. Then Jason takes T-bone to school … over Cognac. Tasty.
Tony and Jason discuss the difference between “active” and “passive” gaming, then Jason shares his experience with the San Luis Rey churchill before he schools Tony in the federal regulations governing American whiskeys.
A good brandy makes a fine social investment and provides a high-quality after-dinner beverage that requires no mixing or fuss.
You know what’s better than purchasing a handful of your favorite cigars at once? Keeping the box they came in!