In honor of Tony’s 35th birthday today, Jason and Tony dispense with the normal three-part podcast format to let Tony verbally amble through his plans for next week’s Vegas Adventure.
What’s the optimal price point for a “daily smoke,” and what’s the maximum you’d pay for a retail cigar for a special occasion?
Player’s cards are great, but use their sign-up bonuses strategically!
Jason and Tony discuss the politics of opening casinos to augment state/local budgets (with an eye toward a major referendum in Michigan this Movember). Then Jason shares the tale of cigar-related fun at a recent Xicar event at Grand River Cigar in Grand Rapids, Mich., before relaying Tony’s “still very newbie” comparative reaction to samples of Glenmorangie Nectar d’Or, Oban 15 and Glenrothes Select Reserve.
Is there a price point where the extra financial outlay becomes irrelevant?
This stick smokes like a medium bodied but tastes like a full flavored!
Last Thursday, West Michigan’s best smoke shop — Grand River Cigar — hosted its first-ever event, a marketing promo by the good folks at Xikar.
Tony explains why you should never “wed” a casino, then Jason shares his experience with the Partagas 1845 double corona before schooling Tony on what you’re really buying in wines and spirits at super-premium price points.
A great mild cigar which never disappoints.
Tony gives his take on the conventional wisdom of budgeting your gambling bankroll, then the dudes discuss the benefits of smoking “reject,” no-label cigars from premium vendors. Jason wraps it up with a brief discussion of Fernet — the best alcoholic beverage you’re not drinking.